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On the train again, to Pompeii and Ercolano today. I did the 2 hours with a guide at Pompeii. Much better than wandering around yourself. It's huge (I think about 7 kms in all). It's amazing to think about how those poor people died. It was basically from poisonous gases and ash in Pompeii whereas at Ercolano (a much smaller site, was a complete small town, closer to Naples) they were covered by an avalanche of soft lava. Gees how awful was ...
... been able to get caught up on downloading some pictures (I hope Ancient Rome has some now?) and post the last few blogs as well. Grant has been reading and sleeping and asking for Day 7's folder which he can't have until tomorrow! Good thing he is resting today... eventually we have to get back in that car!
The day officially started when we lazily rolled out of bed having lounged around until late morning. Grant got to open his ...
What a day!
Left Solerno in the morning for a leisurely drive along the Amalfi coast. Ha!
The scenery is absolutely spectacular.....blue Mediterrean, brilliant blue sky, small villages clinging to the cliff face, terraced mountain sides, olive and lemon trees hanging on by their roots, red geraniums sprawling out of pots, bouganvillia cascading down walls......every picture postcard that you've seen of the Amalfi coast is true.
... at by the shop owners to come and in and taste their candies and gelato. For dinner we had pizza of course! The mozzarella is so fresh. We ended the night on the terrance. Rein smoked a cigar and I had a glass of Port. We chatted with another couple from our hotel. They are actually from Louisiana so I have a lot in common with them. Tomorrow we are headed Pompeii .... The ancient ...
... a very beautiful part of the world.
We arrived back at 6pm and had dinner at a beach club down near the beach. Luckily there was an elevator down to the beach level or else there would have been a lot of stairs. The elevator cost about seven Aussie dollars but was worth it. We arrived just in time to see a red ball sink into the sky and then the lights came on over the Bay of Naples in the distance.
A great way to end a beautiful ...