Carafa di Maddaloni B&B
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... restaurant we had found on the first night and enjoyed our last taste of local food. Towards the end of the meal we were treated to some Christmas music on the Italian version of the pipes.
Now back at our hotel, we are packed ready for an early start tomorrow and listening to more fireworks going off. The city out there is still buzzing with activity and will be for a while yet, but for us it is time to call it a day, in preparation for our move to Florence tomorrow.
Early this morning we awoke to a gentle sunrise as we coasted into the port of Naples. We immediately noticed that this port, compared to every other one we had visited, was much different. The buildings were taller and modern. The city was immense and the streets were crowded with cars and pedestrians.
Before seeing Naples, we took a bus to the ruins of Pompeii. We had been eager to see the once bustling ...
One evening we decided to try the little cafe just opposite our hotel for a change. Again it seemed like a family run place. They asked us if we were married and for how long. I said five...but somehow...I think they misunderstood us for newly weds. Suddenly we were engulfed in congratulatory kisses and toasted with complimentary champagne. They even played for us ‘Here comes the Bride’! And as we sat there rather stunned and ...
... for Queen Margherita in the colors of the Italian flag. While most of us had the Margarita pizza, Chris and Sara went for the kid's version, pizza covered in French fries and sliced hot dogs delivered with a bottle of ketchup. Before our food was served, the rain came down. It was an outdoor cafe but we were under the awning. In less than two minutes they had zipped plastic walls around the patio to keep the wind from blowing in the rain. When we were done eating, it was ...
... books with us as we heard there was a post office in the Port Terminal. We found it, but alas they did not take parcels. Armed with a map and the name of the shopping complex where we could find the post office, off we went to the Galleria Umberto and yay, we were able to post our parcel … should arrive home in 3 weeks so they say but I won’t hold my breath !
We started walking back to the ship … it was quite hot … and we ran into ...