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Maestro from Pompei

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A few years ago, I planned a great trip to Italy with lots of help from the discussion board at www.fodors.com. This included a visit to the historical city of Pompei. It was so much more than I expected. For those who have not visited Pompei before, unfortunately, there are many homeless dogs. The day I visited with my family, we were greeted by this adorable dog literally near the entrance. It was as if he was waiting there for us, I named him "Maestro" which means "teacher" in italian. Maestro guided us through Pompei the entire day, it was as if he was part of the family. I entered this photo of him in a Conde Nast Traveler Magazine Contest, please vote for him by going to the link below - thank you!

http://www.cntraveler.com/cs/sweepr/dreamtrip/details.html?id=13694

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