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... how sustainable their practice is and what they’re fishing for and just what a day in the life is like. This was my first real use of Italian on the trip and it was really cool. I went to the docks that probably had about 20 fishing boats docked on it, just in from their day of fishing. They bring in their catch, hose it off, then sell it to the public on the dock with everything still alive and flopping. Lemme tell yah, they don’t teach sustainable ...
... and mosaics to the gilded ceilings and arches, the majestic dome and vast marbled floor. We visited the Blessed Sacrament Chapel, patted St Peter's right foot and checked out where St Mary's Cathedral is marked on the floor. Nanna sat a while at St John XXIII's tomb - one of few places to sit! All breath-taking..... Walked home for the last time, arriving in good time for a final checkover, then went down to the main street to flag a ...
... as lost as we were The road got narrower and narrower in the centre of own and we were getting a little worried but then it opened out just in time!
Eventually we found the Santa Caterina car park which had the advantage of a) spaces as it wasnt in the centre and b) a set of ...
Visited Pompeii this morning which was very interesting. The site is about 150 acres. The ruins are something to see. There were many stray dogs Bay of Naples. It is a poor village.
Took many photos of the ruins and artefacts. Its interesting the poses of some of the bodies and how they can tell they died. One they say appeared to die of heat exhaustion based on the way it was sitting.
There was one of a pregnant lady. It was ...
... Way, and visited the Catacombs as our first stop.
After the Catacombs, we headed towards the Aquaduct remains from the Roman Empire. The Roman Aquaduct was a fresh water system that transported water from fresh springs and mountain sources into the city - to cater for the half millions of inhabitants 2000 years ago.
We rode towards a natural spring ...