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... thousands of others hopefully they are just buying tickets to Pompeii which is one of the stops on our route. Finally on platform and waiting for train which arrives at 10.15 not quite packed but pretty close to it. Lucky he manages to get a seat for the 1st 10 stops then at Pompeii. As we thought it empties out and Orna is able to sit with me while the boys are standing with the luggage. Finally we arrive at our destination, now to find the hotel, as usual google maps ...
... which is know over three kilometres distant. The pyroclastic flows that buried Pompeii flowed into the Bay of Naples, almost half of the way to Sorrento, creating new land by changing the coastline. So Pompeii was a port city with over 150 taverns and numerous brothels and bath house to keep the locals and the sailors entertained. It also had a amphitheatre which was the site of a riot after the gladiatorial games. Three hundred people died in the riot, a event ...
... we loved the masterpiece sculpture of Apollo and Daphne, where Daphne is turning into a tree. Our English speaking guide, Ana Maria, said it is “like a play in the theatre of marble”!
Access to the gallery is limited to just two hours, so we saw as much as we could before our time was up. We then decided to walk back to our B&B. We got a little lost in Villa Borghese – the park surrounding the ...
... gate by 5 for boarding at 5:15. When I boarded someone else was in my seat, we compared tickets and we both were assigned the same seat, I had heard that they overbooked the fight so I stood in the back of the plane with the airline attendant, the staff all talked to figure out what to do with me and it was determined that I could pick a seat from Economy Plus as the seat I had was an aisle seat, anyway I ended up with an empty seat next to me which was ...
... we had to leave it, because it really was an amazing view. We went back to the
group and made our way to the bus. From there, we made our way to the other
village, Ana-Capri. Compared to Capri, this side of the island was massive.
Their was a chairlift that made it to the top of the mountain, so we bought
tickets and made our way up. The trip took about 15 minutes to get up the top