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... stop of the day was in fact Pompeii. The tour took a few hours, and neither one of us really dressed the part: we both wore flats. Walking over the cobblestone with the sun glaring down our backs was frustrating at times, but the incredible stories and sights of Pompeii made up for all of that. According to our tour guide, only 60% of Pompeii has been excavated; there still remains 40% of the city underground! It was quite the town, and even back in 79 A.D., the level of ...
We drove for about 4 hours to get to Naples from Civitanova Marche, most of it in a plume of smog....not sure what it was about, but think it may have something to do with the number of wood fired pizzerias there are in this country!
Naples...everything they say about Italian drivers is true! Ron deserves the hero award for getting us around the Amalfi coast without getting our car damaged or knocking over ...
... were laying flat died before the lava and heat hit the actually city.
After getting our guided tour of the city, we had a little free time before boarding the bus back to Rome. Brittany and I wandered into a Lemonchello factory store as this is a digestif that is made in the southern part of Italy. It is made from the yellow part of the lemon skin and is quite the acquired taste.
Upon leaving for Rome, Robert again told us some ...
... And communicate they did judging by the frescoes on the walls outlining the menu available... Holy moly!!! Can say that nothing new has been invented in the way of sexual positions and activities in the last 2000 years lol.
i would have loved to have seen more but it would take around 2 days to see it properly. So I will come back when it's cooler. By the way temp reached 39 degrees.....
back on the bus for the trek to Sorrento where we would ...
... We are literally only inches away from it backing up and I am sure it will not stop the bus from plummeting should we hit it. All is well as we do not test the strength of the barrier and the other bus squeezes by. We make it to Amalfi in a mere two hours on the 90 minute scheduled drive. Getting off the bus, we are plunged into a hectic area of buses, tourists, and the main highway through here full of cars and motorcycles. I stop in the bus information office to look into buses ...