Cappella Vecchia 11
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... I’ve ever experienced in Europe. There are some fancier hotels—and I notice a number of Africans looking down from the balconies. I don’t know if they just cram in 15 to a room or if these guys actually have better jobs than selling fake Gucci bags on the street… And finally, after asking direction a couple times and trudging up and down some totally ghetto looking alleys, I find a hostel… and it’s full… Thankfully, the guy ...
... a refreshment. We stopped in an area different than when we went there from the port in Salerno, so that was good to see another area.
Pompeii was buried beneath a rain of ash and cinder during the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, leaving elicits sites of fascination and wonder. The UNESCO World Heritage Site offers an unforgettable look ...
... days growth look beard. Sooooo Roman!
Snogging their girlfriends in these passionate embraces all over the place. Ewwwwww
Mama told us we have to eat pizza in Napoli as that is where pizza came from. Found this place over 100 years old and did have the best margarita pizza ever.
Went to the museum to see the original Pompeii frescos which I wanted to see last time, CLOSED on a Tuesday. Bugger.
... Amalfi we went up to Ravallo and on to Scala, which is at the very peak of the mountain. Spectacular views from every point. Snapped a hundred photos but not able to capture the reality of this surreal view. Coming back in the boat, just tried to cement the view in my memory forever. Heard a couple of Aussie accents, which you do become attuned to, and they were a young couple from Perth. They were working in Boston, having ...
... be called at Da Michele and I tell her that I vaguely remember how to get to the other pizza place and perhaps it will be less busy.
We take off along back alleys. Napolese back alleys I should underscore! At one point Laura asks to take a photo. I say, okay but don't stand still. Maybe my Southern Italian apprehensions are unjustified. But I usually trust my instincts.
Anyway, we arrive at Di Mateo and I'm ecstatic that my ...