Casa Mira Napoli
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... Italy so we had an idea of were to go. Napoli hadn't changed still crazy and busy with cars tooting, police sirens, and street sellers one could development sensory overload quickly. Rob commented that a red traffic light seemed to be just a suggestion to stop! no one seems to take any notice of them - cars or pedestrians.
The streets were packed with Christmas shoppers and activities. Liam said hello to an Italian santa who ...
... remainder of the day. We stopped into a little pizzeria and each sampled what many say is the best pizza in the world. We aren't sure "best" is an appropriate description, but it was tasty enough.
We strolled through the busy streets around the city center and peaked into little boutiques along the way. The city had many high-rise buildings and major intersections. Compared to our past week, it was like leaving ...
... our room for a hot shower. The locals, the boatmen, restaurant owners and a few other day trippers who had come out by the beach were all quite amused. ‘Bravo!’ said one of the fisherman to us. We were clearly the only crazies swimming that day.
4. Capri and a much more pleasant swim:
We spent a couple of nights in Sorrento, mainly so we could take the ferry out to Capri for a day. Sorrento itself is a pretty port town and ...
... piece of paper into a hundred dollar bill, and she waved her fingers to make a box that held a woman named Elizabeth get broken into pieces and then brought the pieces back together. One of the tricks he did with Sara was he handed her a bunch of balloons and levitated her. She knew how the other tricks were done, but the levitation she couldn't figure out.
It was a full day ending three very busy, exciting, memorable, and exhausting days. Tomorrow we are at sea. Tomorrow we ...
... glass and their prices quite a bit less compared to the ship … eg on board a Murano glass bracelet is around $70 whereas in the port terminal shop it was about € 43. I held off and will wait til we get to Venice and see how the mood takes me.
Back to the ship, I spotted Doug having a coffee at the International Café so I joined him there and we had a goats cheese and artichoke quiche with salad and then back to our cabin to drop off ...