Residence Le Pleiadi
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... wonder years of his childhood. He had four things on his list, that he wanted to do, and he only had today to do them... 1) see and walk around in the area where he lived. 2) see the apartment where he lived, (Via Patraka and Via Manzoni area) on the top two floors of a penthouse with three roof gardens looking over the North side of Naples, called Bagnoli .(toward the NATO base, where David spent the first three months of his life). 3) the Parker Hotel, where he and his ...
After yet another early start we caught the train to Naples. The taxi driver assured us that only bad people lived in Naples so to be very careful! As we waited for the train there was a police chase one of the men had just asked me if I was waiting for couch four. I immediately put two and two together and decided that he was casing us. There was also a lady with them and she got on the train with us. Miss Marple went to work and I watched her like a hawk! No one ...
... we wore as souvenirs and the recipes so we can make these dishes at home. Hugs and kisses all around, and we walked 10 minutes - no, waddled - back to our hotel for a two hour nap.
Again no dinner as just too full. We do not know how Italians stay so thin when they eat like this every day!
Tuesday, Sept 17
We hired a guide (Luigi, who grew up here) to take us to Capri so we could learn more about this well known resort island that ...
... with tables and chairs; there are drinks and snacks available for purchase. And of course the views are incredible!
Next, our guide took us to a restaurant for lunch. I had a margarita pizza—like the Italian flag, red (sauce), white (mozzarella), and green (basil)—and vanilla gelato for dessert. After lunch, we went to the Axel Munthe museum. Dr. Munthe was a Swedish physician who in 1885 built this villa in Anacapri on the ruins of ...
... in English and Italian, they had the voices of angels.
Day 4 - Friday. Up early so that we cold catch the hydrofoil to Capri. It was a very quick journey only about 1/2 hour. We then took a jet boat around Capri, where the main highlight is to see the 'blue grotto', water inside a cave that is iridescent blue, due to the limestone rock, and other natural chemicals and light present. The blue grotto was indeed something special to see. The trip around ...