Carafa di Maddaloni B&B
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... it's at. Finally we found a city with few tourists. It's hard to describe but Napoli is so different than the other places we went in Italy. According to our book, 1/3 of the population is unemployed and organized crime is still a problem, so the city is a bit poorer. I felt like we really had a glimpse into the locals lives, though. We dined amidst locals, strolled their markets, and talked to them when we could. It was awesome. ...
... and as though if you tugged at it, it would smooth out. Next stop was National Archeological Museum in Naples. Chris was underwhelmed here! I liked it a bit more, although the final section did cheer him up a bit! I just wish the audio guide had provided more general information, rather than a massive history on every sculpture. The mosaic section, displaying floor mosaics found in huge recovery of Pompeii were ace. How were the people so advanced at this time? Other ...
... 50,000 with a reputation for being scenic, again set on cliffs with high stone walls, and is at the start of the Amalfi coast that everyone raves about. In the unlikely event that we are back in this part of the world again we would spend time on this coast. We were taken by bus into the town. We drove through what looked to be the main shopping area and square. It looked attractive with trees including avenues of orange trees, plants, street lamps, international ...
... Breakfast. The palace was built in the 1920's and was originally going to be a hotel, but the Barone family decided to keep it as their family's primary residence. The elevator to our 5th floor room is basically an old rickety cage. Out host Vincenzo is very hospitable and gave us a map and suggestions about what to do, see and eat in Salerno. We decided to get cleaned up before we went out to explore. I was attempting to put my backpack inside ...
... was a single peak and around 9000 feet tall. It is now two peaks and around 3000 feet tall. That's a lot of mountain to explode. Upon arrival at Pompeii, we were taken to another factory for a cameo demonstration and were given 20 minutes to shop. Again, the demonstration was interesting but the products were overpriced. We were glad Amanda bought her cameo jewellery at the place in Sorrento. Once our 20 minutes were up, we were given a bottle of water and walked a short distance to ...