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Breakfast topside, in the beautiful sunny skies, is a great way to begin any day.... Particularly on Milena, with the bestest people, in Amalfi. Internally I was so excited to show Diane and Jim Capri.... And today is the day. The last thing on Jim's wish list, sent to me while he was still in the States, was the 1930's architectural masterpiece Casa Malparte.
Our three hour sail from Amalfi to the isle of Capri was gorgeous. ...
... were very intersting. The first was about editing the quality of the photographs, such as removing people from the photograph, changing the colour, levelling out the photos, removing wrinkles from foreheads and red eyes from people on photographs etc. The second was to create panoramic views or montages from multiple photos, as well as menipulating photos where two or more photos were perhaps taken with multiple people, and a different person in each was ...
... museum as a class. It is one of the biggest archaeological museums in the world, holding artifacts from all over Italy. We only had a few hours to explore there before heading back to Rome.
Overall awesome trip. Our next and last big field trip will involve 5 days of traveling in Northern Italy. Soon to come: updates on my first round of reviews and more weekend trip adventures!
... ticket is only any good if validated on the platform. With about 10 mins to spare I leaped off the train bags and all and ran to the validating machine. Got back on fine and found a seat, train left 5 minutes late anyway. And my ticket wasn't checked in the end. Oh well. Plugged in my headphones and watches the scenery go by for just under three hours.
Naples. From what I've seen naples seems like a rawer version of rome. Dirty, but with well dressed people and ...
... s at 2:30am.
The next day we were to go to Pompeii. I was fine leaving Maya at the house in the garden, but Sara’s mom was afraid that Maya would cry for me and she didn’t know how to handle it if a fight broke out between their dog and mine. I agreed to take Maya with me and tie her up if Pompeii wouldn’t let her inside.
Sara’s dad drove us all the way there. We got out, and I tied Maya to a pole. A guide told us that she was allowed ...