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... enjoy a meal on the water front. We admired views of the colourful buildings from lookouts all around the island and before we knew it, it was time to catch our ferry back to the mainland. We made our way back to the island's port and I had a quick swim while I waited for the ferry to pull up.
The following day would be spent entirely in transit. We had several modes of transport to catch and we had a big distance to cover. Though my waistline would be thanking me, sadly ...
... street is Via Bennedetto Croce. It cuts right through the heart of the old city perpendicular to the hill. Each street we pass to the left side runs up into the hill side, draped with the washing and the day to day living areas of all the people in the city. On the street of course, all the shops, they are selling anything, just stop and look. Chocolate shops, figurine shops, holy icon shops, souvenir shops, butchers, bakers, deli’s and bars, all mesh together ...
... and air. The process is incredible!
The pottery was amazing to see!
We headed for the cafe - the only place to eat inside the walls of Pompeii. We were slightly peckish! We got a chocolate twist.. pastry wrapped tight with chocolate.. YUMMO!!! Simon got an espresso as well, of course!
After the cafe we wandered through the Forum baths. It was incredible in there!
We continued on our walk around the streets of Pompeii - looking in ...
... streets of the Historical center of Naples, enjoying the rum baba desserts which this region is also known for. But if Rome is slightly chaotic, this was full-blown. Graffiti everywhere, the streets were packed with vespas, cars and pedestrians in a heady unorganized mix. It did not feel as pleasant or even as safe as Rome, so we decided to retire back to the comfort of the Jacuzzi and playing with the automated skylight shades in our Suite.
... town. The exploration took us over 4 hours & we were pretty tired at the end of it all but very satisfied.
After returning to Naples we went to catch a 4k pm tour of subterranean Naples which again was really surprising. The Greeks & the Romans mined the Tufa (lava rock) under the city & used the galleries as an aqueduct & cistern system for water supply. The locals just drilled wells down into the cisterns & hauled ...