Casa Country Villa Pompei B&B
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... Family) asked for money. So now we have seen the infamous
Pompeii itself, once we finally made it, was fantastic. The ruins which have
been so well preserved were amazing, particularly as they were quite literally
a moment frozen in time. The saddest thing was seeing all the modern graffiti,
which destroys the site, as well as seeing some Italian kids throwing pinecones
... the rest of the mates (Aussie term) had an expectation to see way more of the people who suffered the catastrophe of the eruption of mount Vesuvius. The town is the best preserved ruin due to the ash which buried and preserved it for future generations to marvel over since 76AD, when the eruption happened, and only found again in the 1700's. Tibia estimated that 3/4 of the population were smart enough to leave when the pre eruption earthquakes ...
... ended in a long steep trek up to the crater. Calfs were burning - not Peter's. And it was hot and humid like home - 31 degrees. Mt Vesuvius is active and considered the most dangerous volcano on earth. There were a few plumes of smoke and a smell of sulphur. By the time we got back to the bus we were covered in fine but gritty black dust and loads of sweat - good exfoliant.
We then went on to visit a cameo factory which ...
... really awesome. Everyone knows the story: 79CE ...
... 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3
Next stop: Venice, Italy
(PS Thank you to all the people who are concerned about my feet and footwear situation. I did get ...