Hotel Zi Teresa
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... burial cremation boxes made of marble were also seen. The museum is highly decorated with paintings that looked 3 dimensional, sculptures for many centuries and large tapestries from the 1500's. They wash them with mild soap and water every hundred years. In another gallery were paintings on the walls that were maps of each section of the Mediterranean. Some were in the process of restoration. The Vatican gallery, not including the museum rooms was ...
... So at 2.30 we boarded a tram bus driven by a fantastic women driver and headed out on the open road to Vesuvius. It stopped 1000 metres from the top and Morris and I walked right up to the top, it was very steep and very hard as I was wearing thongs, but we did it I was so excited when we got to the top and could see into the sleeping crater that I forgot the time difference to Melbourne and rang Simone 12.45 am sorry darling So after ...
... when I went to take my back pack off, only to find it wasn't there. I darted back towards the bus as I watched it pull back into motion, I must have looked pretty funny running after the bus. As it was still in the bus station parking area I made up the distance quickly and banged on the door. The driver stopped the bus and shook his head, I just smiled as I knew I had dodged a bullet.
It was all forgotten though as we sat on the deck of ...
... a wall for 10 minutes and life is good again. When the hot water turned itself off 2 minutes in and with my body just sufficiently lathered enoughthat I needed to stay in the cold water to rinse, I found my cranky pants. "I'm not going for dinner now...I'm going to bed!!!
Luckily for for me, Tamara was hungry and being the incredibly patient and life loving girl that she is, kept calm and insisted she go and ...
... there were already street dogs that lived in the center. The government decided not to discriminate and allow owned pups inside too.
Sara is studying geology so she was prepared to tell me bits about the eruption and the mountain itself.
A few dogs didn’t like Maya, so we went continued on, avoiding some areas that seemed to them. We were nearing the end of our journey when a very large German Sheppard came up to Maya. I have learned a lot about dogs and ...