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Travel Blogs from Naples
... much amusement when we have casually discussed whether or not to wear our 'thongs' for the day or not. Ben also took much delight in all the extra attention he was getting being in the company of two blonde girls displaying their legs. We have discovered that no matter the temperature in Europe, the locals dress for the season. So as we're sweating in our dress and shorts the locals will be rugged up in their coats and scarves throwing us strange looks. Kathryn Having spent ...
... about this land, and he had tons of knowledge. He didn't want us to "waste time" doing the "stupid tourist stuff"...he wanted us to see these cities from his perspective.
We covered Sorrento, Pompeii, Positano, Amalfi, Praiano, and Ravello. We went to the side of this mountain-top and hiked up steps for a lunch that you couldn't duplicate.
All you need to do is check the pictures...and amazing day!
Tomorrow...outskirts of Rome!
... century with the first modifications done in the fifth century. On our walk fruit was being sold along the street. We bought a kilo of cherries for 2 Euro and bought a bottle of water for 25 cents to wash them. We ate them in a park in the old city. We found the old town with its cobbled narrow streets and ancient apartments with some from the Roman times. Naples is the oldest city in Europe. We bought sandwich makings and ate sandwiches and drank beer on our accommodation ...
... guitars, teddy bears and tissues, Naples is just a dirty, disgusting place and we recommend to bypass it. Anyway, it didn't take long to get to Pompeii and once there we caught up with Mum and D again. A little bit about Pompeii... The ruins were cool and it was amazing to see that parts of buildings were still standing after so long but we were hoping to see some of the bodies that were preserved by the ash. These were no longer at the sight unfortunately. It was ...
... was extreme but there was bit of a breeze and shade in same places. It was truly an incredible place. Some ancient paintings and tiled floors were still there, along with kitchen utensils and even the odd bit of ancient graffiti! We got back quite late to the hotel (about 9.30) exhausted but satisfied that it had been very worthwhile! ...
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