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Today was a clear-up day, where we would do all the little places that had escaped our attention so far (mainly due to our changing the itinerary around yesterday!), a supposedly 'fairly easy day' after the intense paintings day yesterday...hah...which one of us said that?
We started earlyish with a taxi to San Gerolamino, a church and art gallery in the same complex. This visit educated us as to the complexities of art restoration as there were several paintings here on ...
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 ...
Temperature: 16C 58F (RAIN!!)
Distance travelled: 4538 nautical miles
Today it is the final day at sea. From Heraklion we headed across the Ionian Sea and through the Strait of Messina. This is a narrow stretch of water between the Eastern tip of Sicily and the tip of the toe of Italy. The strait is only 3.1km (1.9 miles) at its narrowest so for this reason a pilot is required to guide the vessel safety through to the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is then a ...
... 4 and we'd survived only on coffee and a croissant). He then proceeded to tell us just how undervalued Napoli is, and how - his words not mine - Florence and the Amalfi Coast are "****". Apparently Florence is boring because it's history is based on one family (or something to that effect) and the Amalfi Coast is just plain overrated. He then proceeded to hammer home his point using google images. All in all a rather intense first day. Once we'd settled in we wandered in a ...
... which had smaller pebbles than Nice and was a lot friendlier on the feet. We watched as a 50 year old tried to engage in conversation with a couple of 18 year olds, only in Italy, but with no success. In the end he gave them what for, how dare they resist his irresistible charms. The girls had taste!! The sea here is a lot warmer and each section of the beach is roped off by a floating line separating the boats ...