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... ourselves having a glass of wine from the bar and enjoying the weather. Our room is bright and airy with tall ceilings gleaming wood floors and huge French doors that open onto the courtyard below. The furnishings, art work and the big bathroom are ultra modern.
We hadn't eaten all day and so we asked the friendly staff for a good place to grab true Neapolitan pizza of course! We strolled a few blocks away to Gino Sorbillo's, one ...
... We hired an audio guide again to get the most out of the experience. The city was complete with Roman baths that were exquisitely decorated. The roads are still in tact and the water fountains have been restored so that you can use them to fill up your water bottle. When the excavations were being carried out, they came across some hollow spaces with bones at the bottom and it was clear that they were human. The person leading the excavation had a genius idea of filling ...
... 45am so still quite early. Plenty of time for the cloud to lift.
After checking in for our excursion and a short wait we made our way to bus number 5. We met Ashleigh and her Uncle Kevin who had also decided on this tour. Her aunty and other uncle had chosen to visit the ruins of Pompeii but unfortunately her aunty had come down with a nasty bug and after visiting the infirmary, had been confined to bed therefore her uncle was visiting Pompeii on his own. ...
... really funny. It was such an amazing place and sooo big. We were there for 3 hours and there was no way we got to see it all. The best bits were:
- The pedestrian crossings over the roads. The road was a foot lower than the pavement and wound have been extremely muddy. So they were raised rocks with gaps for cart wheels to pass through. Very cool!
- The casts of dead people - creepy. Really showed how terrified they ...
... and down to the Concerto dining room to meet up with our tour.
Coughin’ or coffin ? Who can tell !
Now I know why I rarely do ship’s tours. I walked into the Dining Room, got our tour number and sat down. Then it started … coughing and spluttering … really people who cough like that should automatically be banned from tours – listening to all that really churns my stomach.
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