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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
After yesterday's dramas and combined with the alcohol consumption, both of us didn't sleep that well but we must put that behind us for the sake of this trip otherwise we might as well go home!! Enjoyed our first breakfast in Sorrento overlooking the beautiful coastline and with Mt Vesuvius in the background. With advice from our wonderful hotel owner he helped us organise our next few days in Sorrento. Plans for today is to visit Mt Vesuvius and Pompeii. Before we take ...
... down past Villa Cimbrione toward Amalfi. After many ( many) steps down hill we came upon the bustling town of Amalfi. Now I'm going to put it on record that we have no intention of returning there. We found it to be busy, touristy and not very quaint. The problem of course is the fact that we have been spoilt by the beautiful Ravello which has no traffic and only a handful of tourists. There is a cute church but after walking through ...
... exit outside the garage due to the lack of space. To exit the garage, we stood outside the door, watching for traffic to signal Chuck because there is limited visibility from the garage or the highway, made even more treacherous by the fact that it is now nightfall. The road to Ravello was as narrow with hairpin curves as the Almalfi Coast highway.
The ride was worth it as we ate a wonderful supper at a lovely little ristorante, Cumpa Cosimo. ...
... one made with fresh local calamari and prawns on a crisp pizza base coated in tomato paste. Fresh and delicious. Yum. other visitors were rightfully quite jealous of us!
From Positano we caught the bus back to Ravello via the Emerald Grotto. The grotto was discovered in the 1930s and has developed into quite a tourist destination. Entry into the Grotto is with a boatman and guide. He slants his banter to ...
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