Last time we were in Naples, we didn’t see much of the city–instead, we took the train to Pompeii. This time, armed with our Rick Steves guide, we stayed in town and wandered.
On September 4, 2015, David and I boarded the MS Zuiderdam in Venice. This was the beginning of an 11-day journey through the Mediterranean. It would take us through Italy, Turkey, and Greece before depositing us back in Rome.
I was never a big fan of pizza until I came to Italy. I mean, the chewy crust that too often tasted like cardboard, the overwhelming amount of cheese (which was an issue even before I learned I am lactose intolerant), the either very bare or excessively generous amount of toppings… I was totally not…
Also called the Bride of the Sea and the Queen of the Adriatic, Venice is known worldwide for its canals, its glass, and for the grand masked extravaganza of Carnevale.
How to make the best of a day in Pompeii.
In an earlier post, I gave you a peek into how we spent 24 hours in Rome. Now I’ll tell you exactly how we did it, and what we saw. Get your walking shoes out!
The famous saying goes, “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” That may be true, but you can see some of its sights in only 24 hours.