B&B Centro Antico
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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 ...
... fiat is manual so naturally we attempt to change gears with the left hand, except there is a door, not the gears. Everything is opposite but I was very proud of both of us this time, we kept our cool towards each other and supported instead of freaked. Was a good 2 hour drive to Pompeii down the autostrada, and we understood the road a bit better this time, although Steve drove like a nana instead on a maniac.
... started. Fireworks had been going off when we were up on the hill in broad daylight. We found out that Pope Frances had hosted both teams at his "house" the day before the match as he is a major football fan, of course passionate about his home team in Argentina. Napoli gave the Pope a team jersey with the number 1. I wonder if Pope Frances now secretly wears this kit under his robe when he delivers mass or maybe as his jammies each night! And since they gave him a signed team ball, I ...
The closer we got to Naples, the more graffiti we saw. Then the taxi ride to the hotel showed that graffiti covered the entire city, including ancient old buildings, monuments, and homes. Worse than we have seen in any USA city.
Our lodging, Hotel Il Convento, is housed in a 16-century building that was once part of convent.. The rooms are quite small (as one would expect in a convent) and very clean. The main convent ...
... freedom in AD 313, and christian churches began to spring up all over Rome. St. Clement was the third successor behind the first Pope, St. Peter, and his papacy began in the early 90's (the original, original 90's!). St Clement was exiled by the Emperor Trajan in AD 101, tied to an anchor, and thrown into the sea. As such, he is a martyr in the Catholic Church, having died in defense of his faith. The 4th century basilica still had many well-preserved frescoes.