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Travel Blogs from Naples
By now we were tiring and retreated for lunch in a back street restaurant. I think it's interesting to see how many Italians, even the slim ones are eating pizza for lunch. I guess it's like a hot sandwich... a big one though. We have skipped supper because we are still too full....
We went to see the royal palace with the idea which it was going to be shut (guide ...
... draw a caste in the game of pictionary. Simple, impressive with a huge moat around the outside.
We had a look about the new town which was very modern. Nice shops and christmas lights. The food we had while staying here was devine, but Italians do know how to cook!
Naples is a city that we wouldn't probably visit again, but was glad we have seen it, especially while the christmas stalls and lights were about. Made seeing the city a lot more interesting and pretty.
Well before I start my apologies to all of our friends that may have originated or have relatives in Naples. Naples is filthy. Garbage laying everywhere. Along the roads, in the countryside. Just no excuse for it and just a lack of pride by the people. This was a far cry from Florence and Rome. Our guide today whose name is Evo drove with one hand on the wheel and the other hand and arm waving as he spoke. The ...
... I really like how he writes and that he writes about interesting things. So I got stuck into that on the train. Arrived in Rome, booked into my hostel, sat and chatted with a girl in my room named Avery, American and studying abroad. I think mostly all the Americans I've met traveling are studying or in the US army. They, in fact most other nationalities too, don't seem to share that stereotypically Australian 'risk taking' of quitting our jobs, ...
... of a church where we are. We decide to go and see if we can find the entrance, visit it, and figure out where we are from there. We walk up a few blocks and turn right towards the church. The street also happens to be the one we were looking for to turn left on. The church turns out to be the Duomo of Naples and San Gennaro. I know San Gennaro only by the fact that every year when i was growing up in Mew York, there was a festival of San Gennaro. Now I am here and will find out ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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