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Docked in 'old Napoli' on a day of brilliant sunshine. I was off the ship early at 8am and it was already blisteringly hot. Photo taken on the pier with a crew member in a chefs uniform wielding a giant pizza. A bit further along I was accosted by another member of the crew dressed up as a sailor. When I protested that I had already been snapped with the pizza guy he grabbed me around the waist and said 'well no problemo, now one for the ...
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Looking for a bit more adventure in my travels I decided to go to Naples and check it out. Home the Mafia I knew it could be “interesting”. I planned to use at as my base to visit Pompeii and then head south. I gathered my travel advice before leaving, 1. Don’t carry excessive amounts of cash on you, keep everything secure on you, be aware, arrive in day light, and my favorite, head down and keep walking (do not make eye contact).
... apartment door without taking my keys and locked myself out. But the last year I’ve been lucky enough to travel to 10 different countries and throughout much of Italy. My summer kicked off over Memorial day by going to Geneva, Switzerland and Lac D’Annecy in France. Annecy was a cute little village in the French Alps and the lake was absolutely beautiful. Then we went to the island of Sardinia for a long weekend which was gorgeous. Each region ...
... We also saw a secret tunnel that the nuns and monks used to use to get together at night so they could "pray really hard" according to the guide (haha).
After that tour, I began walking south towards the San Carlo opera house. I began to realize that as I went closer to the water, the streets became nicer and nicer. Naples was growing on me, and it has been all day. It turns out that I am just located in a relatively ****** area, and that ...
Next morning was wet but as it was our last day we had to go to Pompei. We walked to the nearest station this time and hopped onto the train to Pompei Scavi for free as there was no station office and no-one checking! The site is only a few metres from the station and we got our tickets and audio-guides for the visit. I had been twice before but Steve had not seen the ruins at all so we did all the major buildings dodging the rain ...