Casa Mira Napoli
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- Continental Breakfast
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... delayed due to storms. We were given the option of going through London, but would have had to change airports. We thought that was too risky and stressful, so we ended up having to wait until the next day to leave. The airline paid for our hotel and airport transfers, but it was still disappointing. We ended up walking around Napoli a little more but mostly relaxed in the hotel. Finally the next day we got on the plane to ...
... entry being worth 6 Euros each! Attached to this was a museum, featuring objects from original 14th century church. The highlight was stepping outside to ruins of a spa from the 1st century! Hard to believe it was so old, but scaffold holds it in place. I overheard a little four year old girl refer to it as 'cool', to which her grandmother replied 'it will warm up soon' .... 'No, this place is cool ...
... of 20,000 at the time of the Vesuvius eruption of 79 AD. About 2,000 people died, mostly slaves, and the city was buried in about 30 metres of ash to be rediscovered by soldiers in the 1800's. Hence the preservation of the city and human remains. It is regarded as the best example of Roman ruins. The weight of the ash collapsed 95% of roofs but some remain and it was interesting to walk through complete structures, including decorative carvings, from 2,000 years ...
... pass by the volcano Stromboli, off the coast of Italy. We went to the outside deck to see it, but never saw much. We later found out we were looking on the wrong side of the boat.
The next morning, we woke up in Naples, which was my second stop in the town. Naples is both terrible and wonderful. The city itself is awful, but it’s a wonderful cruise port because of its close proximity to Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento, Positano, and the Amalfi Coast. I was happy ...
... beef tournedo. Both meals were excellent as usual. After dinner was the captain's welcome speech and introduction of the senior officers followed by the Ship's singers and dancers performing broadway numbers from several shows such as Les Miserables, Wicked, and Phantom of the Opera. The captain could have a second job as a comedian. He is Greek and made several jokes about Greece and being Greek. At the end of his speech, he asked if anyone had been Malta before. A few ...