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... the ruins of the main piazza.
As luck would have it, admission was free today because it was a holiday. As a result there were lots of families walking around.
We spent over an hour exploring and taking photos after our tour had finished.
Tess was looking up at Mt Vesuvius with very wary eyes & was happy when we said we were leaving.
We bought her an age appropriate book at the souvenir ...
... had very fertile soil until a week before the volcano erupted. Another was that they had trade markets at many houses and they even had ways to keep things heated. One more is that they used all the rainwater they could get by slanting their roofs and making the rain go into a tub inside the house that would then go through a sort of filtration system and then they could drink it. At the end of the tour I started to wonder what it would be like to have seen from the outside the volcano ...
... down in the gladiators sleeping area with a gladiator in a position of.........., and then we went pass what were shops which the also know because of the basins in the counter which overlooks the street. We also went into the forum where Nero used to go because his 2nd wife was from Pompeii and he enjoyed singing which they allowed him to do. We saw the stage, and seating arrangements - good seats (stalls) middle circle, royal seats, ...
... all afternoon going up and down the side streets and exploring the local shops. We got lunch at this delicious pizza place that was family run and "momma" was so happy to have us and show us her pizza making skills. Here I had the freshest sauce and best dough (and free bread made with the pizza dough). After pizza we had to get something lemony and refreshing to experience Sorrento lemons. We had frozen lemonade and it was amazing, ...
... to the train station four hours away, what we’d do with all our stuff and continuously wondering why no one was offering us wine. Finally a little tow truck driver came up the hill and despite our pessimism, fixed our car and we were back in business! Minor setback but John drove like a bat out of hell to get us to the train station and we made it just in time. Next stop – The Italian Riviera!
From wine country to beach life, we transitioned well ...