Hotel Napoli Centrale B&B
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... next day, but somehow it just didn't happen, but as it all turned out this was for the best. The morning kicked off with further disappointment in the hot shower department and the discovery that the little supermarket close to us was not so early to open and provide us with breakfast. Finally we were breakfasted with washing hung and on our way out the door to visit our reason for coming to Naples - the incredible site of one of the worlds most famous volcanic ...
... area. They both took about an hour. We really enjoyed them especially the scenic one as we saw parts of Napoli which we knew we would be unlikely to see when the Back Roads tout started. Naples is a mixed bag from what we have seen but if we had to sum it up in a few words - full of litter everywhere including graffiti on monuments.
At 6pm we met up with the tour guide and the other 16 on the tour. Marco ( from Scilly is our guide and the tour ...
... these are the most well preserved Greek temples.
Third stop on the trip, this town was uncovered at the base of Mt. Vesuvius, along the Mediterranean Sea. While the inhabitants of Pompeii were smothered and buried in ash, the town of Herculaneum was covered in lava. During the eruption, a cloud of vapors descended upon the city with an intense heat that killed all the ...
... what stood out the most was the graffiti that was everywhere. Naples has four universities so it lends it self to more creative younger crowds. we enjoyed the variance from Rome and the less touristy, more laid back vibe.
Before we left to kayak, we stopped at a high tech underground toilet. Interesting concept but I would not want to be stuck there if the electricity went out.
... of discovering Naples for the first time. Train never got above 20kph and was dirty. Hopped off after 2 stations. Wham what a culture shock. People cars and scooters going in every direction on roads and footpaths all playing dodgem. First corner we turned and we were in a street market. Map provided by hotel only had major street names so not a great help in a city full of narrow streets. Bought a better map and walked. Soon came across the Duomo which ...