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... to catch the same ride, so we hang around for a bit, waiting and watching for the little orange bus. We wait...and wait....and WAIT some more....During this time, a little orange bus passes us by three times, the same annoyed driver telling us each time, "NO CIVITA". By the third pass, I was sure that some of the Italian ladies were going to overtake him and commandeer the bus up to Civita themselves, they were getting so ...
... is complete is so many places on the site as are many of the frescos. The entire site dropped by 4m during the eruption, you can see evidence of this in some building. As it is not on the main tourist area, it therefore has less tourists thus is easier to explore. We had our lunch at the endof a closed off street as we watched everyone go by.
The restoration work done is superb, some ...
... was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79AD. The inhabitants took shelter in the fishing huts, and their skeletal remains are still visible today. The boys found this gruesome sight particularly interesting! Had a wander around the cobbled streets of the town where some of the frescoes and mosaic floors are still visible as they would have been thousands of years ago. Bhups Today we caught the circumvesuviana train to Ercolana scavi station. On the left ...
... for drinking vessels in its 2000 year-old glory along one of the main thoroughfares. Who knew an ad could be such a cool thing?
... 8220;Mt Vesuvius”. I quicken my pace. Now that I’ve made it this far, I’ve definitely got to continue to the end. I do try to take a shortcut up the now clear hillside. This time the obstacle is some very jagged volcanic rock, where I set down my guitar and a gust of wind smacks it against a boulder, gouging it a bit. But I don’t mind—actually I feel kind of proud of my guitar for having suffered a wound at the hand ...