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... pleasant garden and an art gallery containing many Titians and other famous Renaisscance artists. There was a Caravaggio but unfortunatley we did not come across it. After some refreshment in the palace we caught the bus back into town and had lunch on the marina at Zi 'Teresa where the waiter was nice and we all had one pasta course.Three bottles of Greco di Tufa white wine later we were ready to leave the city. Another great holiday experience over
... city that likely would have otherwise been just the rocky floor plan of once existing buildings, rather than buildings that are exceptionally still intact and in some cases so much so that they're missing almost only their roofs, which didn't survive Vesuvius massive tantrum. Interesting side note Vesuvius is still an active volcano and well past due for a rumble, not extinct and cold as I had thought it to be. Another surprise of the site other than the lack of evidence ...
... bags and informed reception that the toilet seat wasn't anchored at all well to the toilet . We went for a walk but as the desk had no maps, we headed off into a boring and unappealing city. We had thoughts of sitting on the end of the bed for the rest of the day until we thought we might try walking in another direction--- We felt that there must be some view of Naples harbour when you are just one row of buildings back. The walk the other way was far better ...
... train was a regional train and cost under 15 euros. It started out packed but slowly emptied out the further south we got. I had a window seat and the window on the train was open so I could take photos without reflections.
The guy across me for a big part of the tripcould have been mistaken as Luigi, if fact I wouldn’t have been surprised if his name wasn’t Luigi, although he did look like he took himself quite seriously. Towards the end of the train ...
... the winding roads of Amalfi, she wasn't feeling well. We went to Naples and had a tour of that city. It is much larger than I imagined. We saw a separate island, which is a "Prison for children". Having witnessed some of the worst behaved children on this trip, one is left to wonder how bad he or she needs to be to go there. Paolo dropped Tim, Claudia and me at a famous pizza parlor that has been around for decades. Poor ...