Carafa di Maddaloni B&B
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... buildings and surprising hidden courtyards behind massive old wooden doorways.
The Capella was built in the late sixteenth century by Francesco di Sangro but it was Prince Raimondo di Sangro in the eighteenth century who intended the chapel to be a family mausoleum, so commissioned various works of art and sculptures to reflect his multi faceted personality as a patron of the arts and a Grand Master Freemason of Naples.
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Up at 6am again for another full day. Naples is the birthplace of Pizza & home of Gelato. Highlights today ... Went to Capri - this is where a lot of the movie stars go on holiday. Very expensive place, but beautiful views from the top. Saw some gorgeous shoes. But the price tag was a bit above my budget - 500 euros. No thanks! It took an hour by boat ride (from Naples). Longest boat ride of my life- Quite bumpy, was ...
... Italian made it harder. After a little while of me being at the front but not shouting my order a local asked (I assume) if I was going to order; I replied in English with I don't know how. The look on her face was like 'oh my god you poor thing you are way over your head'; so she asked what I wanted and order for me - because it's me I nearly cried at this haha. The pizza was only €1 and it was pretty big, but I wasn't blown away by it so I don't really know ...
... time, Keith and Billy, could have cared less about - only the best pizza in the world. Allow me to explain why.
It was extremely hot - busy, people were everywhere, and one little incident that I have yet to fully believe as indicated by my partner Keith. You see, we were crossing one of the streets in Napoli (BTW there are no street signs in Napoli - I’m referring to the ones with the little green and/or red stick ...
... being forecast some, so I'm hoping that holds true for tomorrow as well. I'm looking forward to wandering about the ruins of Pompeii, as it's been of interest to me since I was a kid. I'll also get a proper look at Vesuvius as well, which is probably one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world, given that it's still active (last eruption was 1944, which isn't very long ago in geological terms), and almost 3 million people in the area around ...