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Once we got to our gate, we noticed that there were quite a few teenagers. And then a few more. And then a whole crowd of teenagers came in, with matching Nike's and blue emblazoned hoodies, giggling and squealing and generally being themselves. Yes, our flight from Dublin to Rome was shared with an Irish language academy field trip, about 150 students. Have you ever watched ...
... there is an infatuation with genitals and all sorts of sexual positions. We believe there was a fair bit of 'action' in the old pompeii with the number of communal baths and some descriptions of the frescos that were in place. Now, that has triggered an entire element of the tourism and souvenir trade that offers trinkets and 'take away gifts' that adorn the outskirts of the old city. These of course are in the shape of every conceivable shape of penis ...
... the information centre. Wonders will never cease. Not only was it where it was suppossed to be, but actually open, with a helpful english speaking person inside.
Due to limited available time, chose to see the Cathedral of San Matteo (St Matthew), and what a choice that turned out to be. The Cathedral, medieval, had, literally, been through the wars, been modified, been restored and finally restored again. While impressive ...
We visited most of the cliff-hanging villages, coastal ports and traditional mountain villages by car today.
The coastal view was great, and the driving along windy roads in 2nd and 3rd gears only was fun.
... create their own above the water was interesting! Had a walk around the market and town was pretty! Then off to Ancient Pompeii! It is just the most fascinating place I wasn't expecting it to be so intact and so huge!!! (163 acres!) Pompeii was partially destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. It was lost for nearly 1700 years when it was discovered and excavated in 1748! the city ...