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... to buy) eat ice cream and dip your feet into the meditterean ocean and drink a glass of wine and soak up the atmosphere of my new favourite town. We are staying in Pompeii which is a "rocks" throw from awful Napoli. Napoli or Naples as we call it is a very run down, ugly city. Very dirty with a high crime rate apparently, it did not impress us at all....tomorrow we are off to Pompeii and then head over to the east coast of Italy to board our ferry to ...
... settled in our room and dressed for the pool until about 4pm. If we had gotten back from Pompei, hot and tired, after the pool closed, we would have had a full scale kid revolt on our hands.
The pool is a welcome diversion from site seeing. It overlooks the bay of Napoli and Mt. Vesuvius, so the backdrop is beautiful and picturesque. The place we are staying is an old house, old as the ash of the 79 AD eruption of Vesuvius (which the ...
Today I said goodbye to Rome and had to catch 2 trains to get to Sorrento. The first ine I had booked before I left and managed to get Business class seats on the high velocity train to Naples. Big comfy seats, drinks service, airconditioned and lovely and quiet. That leg took about an hour and 10 min to travel around 230km. Was I in for a shock on the next leg. I had read a bit about the ...
... very much. It wasn't nearly as crowded as Positano or Amalfi and was a really nice place to just stroll around in.
Our final stop was Amalfi. Amalfi is not a very large town but it is quite popular and busy. Here we visited the cathedral and strolled around. While the parents continued to explore the town, I headed down to the beach, took a little swim and relaxed while we waited for our driver to come get us.
... initial shock and dramas that followed and also that feeling of just wanting to go home, we managed some dinner, copious glasses of champagne and beer and went to bed.
Oh I didn't mention that the hotel we are staying in have been so fantastic to us, They upgraded our room to one with a view, took us personally to the police station helping as an interpreter and faxed our documents to the bank. I cannot recommend this hotel more highly. Thank you Hotel Il Nido ...