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Saturday, October 20, 2012

First Day: Naples, Italy


Bay of Naples
Following a long tiring plane trip, we arrived in Rome, early morning and rode the bus for an hour and a half straight to the port of Civitavecchia where we boarded our ship. Needless to say I was so exhausted with a swollen ankle from a previous fall two days before the trip that I collapsed on the bed in our cabin and slept a few hours until dinner.


Volcano of Mt. Vesuvius

In the evening the ship sailed to Naples where we arrived the next day.

Castel del Ovo
We had a lovely day in Naples and took an open-top bus to visit this old city. 


The Cathedral


Downtown Naples
 Stay tune for pictures of Santorini, Greece, tomorrow.

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Maggie Toussaint said...

I'm loving the pictures of your trip, Mona. Stay safe, and I hope your foot is better by now.