Bonapace Porta Nolana Bed & Breakfast
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Good advice for many occasions, but not to be taken to heart when writing a travel blog. We arrived in Napoli early Wednesday evening directly from Roma, and thus began our blessedly short stay in this disappointing city by the sea. It took us only 10 minutes to walk from …
... brought a cart to our table to show us the catch of the day - a live blue lobster, monk fish, red scorpion fish, and a couple others. We ordered the monk fish (a first for both of us), which was served atop homemade pasta and accompanied by cherry tomatoes and basil. The food and the breathtaking views were absolute perfection.
After lunch we took a trolley to the top of Capri where the views improved ...
... centuries, until the 1700’s when it was accidentally rediscovered. Whilst its destruction was tragic and totally unexpected, the complete coverage of thick layers of ash actually preserved history in time, allowing us to now discover a past that may not have been otherwise known.
So, our visit to Pompeii was enlightening, and our part as a tourist – well, it was tres ordinare ! However, our day ended in the ...
... to get there. Surrriously, it took forty five minutes of extreme downward stepping to get to the beach. Took part in my favorite beach past time and went sea glass hunting and found a couple heart rocks. It was a successful day. Easter Sunday. Climbed Mount Vesuvias- how appropriate! Vesuvias was a mount to conquere, especially without my Minnesota hiking boots. Once we made the top, I decided to give Vesuvias ...
... ride with a glass of water on the hostel's stunning terrace, with beautiful views out over the ocean.
Once I had hydrated and recovered from the journey, I decided it was time to hit the beach and check out the cute little town that is Positano.
Here began my 2 day battle with the thousands of stairs that provide a 'handy' link between the tops of the island and the beach. Going down was no big deal, quite enjoyable in fact - weaving between houses ...