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Travelling in the morning to Sorrento. Lovely drive along a valley following the Appenine Mountain Range. Arrived into town at lunchtime. Tour group went on the first of two extra excursions - we decided to take the second only. First involving food again and expensive. So we went for a stroll in Sorrento to a look out overlooking the bay. Ate our pre-packed lunch with a nice ...
... like can't you tell by the accent (in my stupid and headache wracked brain I couldn't tell) so I was like I dunno Italian haha ... So now he probably thinks I'm stupid. I think I might have a nap now to get rid of my headache. The receptionist gave me lots of stuff to do but it's raining and I have a pounding headache so I think I'll sleep and mull round here until 7 and then I'll go to dinner with hostel people. Pompeii and walking tour tomorrow and I'll do the stuff she ...
... for a water tunnel (never built) saw an almost intact city then searched for treasures. Even today, hand excavation continues as only 75% of the city has been completed.
A pretty amazing place!
After a quick stop at the markets, where the kids practised their new found ‘bartering' skills, many came away with some unique, well-priced family gifts.
Heading down the Amalfi coast, camera’s ...
Can't laze about every day and there are a few things on our list to do while we're in the region, so it was up to Pompeii today. Because we aren't driving here, it was public transport for us. I guess tnere are anumber of ways to get to Pompeii from Praiano, but we took the way we knew, back through Sorrento.
That meant just over an hour on the bus and another 30+ minutes on the train towards ...
Day 061: 9 hours, 10 kms, Day: 23.0
Through an intersection and under the freeway and I'm in Pompeii, the second « must see » location of this hike, after Vesuvius. Ever since childhood, I’ve
been intrigued by stories of this city that was suddenly swallowed up King Vesuvius, not even giving people the chance to flee. And so, even though I’ve already seen Roman ruins in many places—Morocco, ...