Residence San Domenico
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... could. We hired an audio guide again to get the most out of the experience. The city was complete with Roman baths that were exquisitely decorated. The roads are still in tact and the water fountains have been restored so that you can use them to fill up your water bottle. When the excavations were being carried out, they came across some hollow spaces with bones at the bottom and it was clear that they were human. The person leading the excavation had a genius idea of filling ...
... and there was a sea battle and the doors caught a few hits! His fleet was conquered by the Genoese. The Genoese sent the door back to Naples in 1495!
We watched a lot of people supervising at the castle talk the whole time on their phones!
Fewer supervisors and more cleaners and weeders needed.
We headed off to Vico Equense thinking we would be at the Amalfi Coast, but we were not quite there. Thus our plans ...
... by this but you have to remember that back then, it was a symbol of fertility and not offensive as it is now in our culture. Mt. Vesuvius was also obscured by clouds and fog today but hopefully you’ll get a sense of it from the photos. One of these days I’d love to get a more thorough tour to see the mosaics and frescos that are said to still be in fantastic condition. However, it seems most of the real treasures were removed by one of ...
... wrote a lovely message. We had a couple of photos with them and then headed off. It has been a brilliant time there.
We got to the Hertz office right at the station half an hour before our train which left at 11:05 so that was quite comfortable. We didn't have reserved seats on this train because it was a regional one, only our Eurail pass. We got on with the bags and fitted them in easily as it wasn't a full train which was nice. Then Greg felt ...
The bar serveries because Not custom to lunch st home - called thermopolium
Learned about different building materials and structures
Got to end - walked through ancient shoreline
Beach used to be there
Exit! Wow what a visit
To train station