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CEA overnight trip to Pompeii, Sorrento, & Capri

This was our first stop once we got to Pompeii. It is a very important archaeological site in Pompeii. We had a very informative guided tour around the site and had a break to get some lunch before we headed to Sorrento for the night.

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This was our beautiful hotel in Sorrento. After we checked in, we spent some time in the pool before we went to the center of Sorrento to explore the night-life.

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This picture was taken in Capri- an Island on the south coast of Italy. After spending the night in Sorrento, we left the next day to explore Capri. We went on a boat just like the one you see on the left side of the picture to see the island.IMG_1474.JPG
After the boat ride, we had free-time to either go to the beach or take cable carts to the top to see the whole island; which is what we did.This is another picture taken after we took the cable carts to the top. This spot gave a really good panoramic view of the island.

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After spending the whole day in Capri, we took the fairy to the port of Naples. We then had a choice of going back to Rome, or spending the night in Naples and coming back on our own. Myself along with other people in our program decided to stay a night in Naples. This picture is of me horseback riding on Mount Vesuvius.

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This was the most beautiful view of Naples from Mount Vesuvius.

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What better way to finish this amazing trip than to devour some Neapolitan pizza? After all, that is the place where it originated. This was by far the best pizza I have ever had, ever!

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