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How much can I see - 1st time in Pompeii, map to check out

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Hi everyone, I am looking at this website for Pompeii and they provide a map with "itineraries" and "map points of interest.
http://www.pompeiviva.it/pv/en/pompei.htm
When I look at that map (knowing that I'll be enterting in the Porta Marina), I'm just wondering...what do you all reckon we can cover in a full (and long) day? I don't really have a sense of how many miles one will be covering. It it too much to hope for that we'll be able to cover that western quadrant over to about region IV and iX?? Was also hoping to cover some of the "new " things that are open. TIA!

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