Casa Mira Napoli
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... peas in it so not very good but my roll was good. I only ate half so I could try and save the other half for dinner. A whole book later it was finally time to get on my train. It was the best train ride ever!! The train drove along the coast so the whole way I got to stare at the ocean and watch the sunset for hours. If I thought I was in a good mood before the sunset made it amazing! I realised how lucky I was not only for every day of this trip ...
... get in some true physical activity (and to help burn off some of the gelato I'm sure...).
The next day, we went to see Pompeii. So far, out of everything I have done it Italy, this was by far my favorite. I am a bit more of an active person and while I thought we would just walk around, Pompeii was actually pretty interactive and you could climb/reach/go through a bunch of places. It was eerie and slightly creepy since just the day before we had seen ...
... another area with good restaurants. He dropped us off and gave us about 1 1/2 to 2 hours to explore on our own.
Jan and I found a table at a crowded little cafe, and decided to share a caprese (fresh mozzerella cheese with sliced tomatoes) salad with grilled seafood. We were so hungry and the food was so wonderful that we ordered seconds! That's right -- one more caprese salad and grilled seafood. Oh and of course, the house white wine :)
... got lunch and had a mosie though the town it was so beautiful we wish we had more time and wish we had stayed here rather than Naples but hindsight is a great thing!
The last part of our day was to get a cab from the train station in Naples to the wharf to catch the boat.... What an experience. The cab rank was huge there were at least 50 cabs all piled in 4 wide. We were ushered into a cab and headed off on our thrill ride, there is no ...
... stage would have looked like in its prime. Next, we walked through streets of the city. They were made of large stones. In the stones, you could see indentions from where the carriages wore a path into the road. They also had elevated stepping stones for people to use when the road was wet so that they wouldn’t have to get their sandals or bottoms of their robes wet. As we walked through the streets, we got to see what the houses and shops of the ancient times ...