We started our last full day in Rome with a long, early morning walk to meet our day trip tour that would take us south to Pompeii. We boarded the bus and drove straight to Pompeii which is an ancient city that was covered by a volcanic explosion from the neighbouring volcano, Mt. Vesuvius, in 79 AD. This volcanic explosion buried the city in rocks, ash, and volcanic debris like pumis stone, and preserved the city exactly as it was in 79AD. This city was so ama...
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Here is the link for the pictures that go with the Italy-Part One blog from yesterday: https://goo.gl/photos/84VVF3eEuaYAcpcPA Sorry for the delay with that, we like to post them as one, but wifi wasnt cooperating. Quinn & Shelby
Our train ride to from France to Italy landed us in Genova. This is a nice, smaller city that was a great way to figure out a bit of the Italian culture and finally get our pizza fix! We got into town at the train station farthest from our hotel (bad planning on our part), so we made the 25 minute trek across town which was actually a really nice way to get a feel for the city and get orientated. We found our hotel, dropped off the backpacks, and proceeded to h...