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What an amazing day we had at Pompeii today. We got up at 5.30 am and got a cab to Termini train station where we caught the Frecciarosso high speed train to Naples. It took I hour and 10 minutes to get to Naples and was such a fantastic train trip. From our train windows, we could see fortified stone towns perched on mountaintops and beautiful old …
Today was a very interesting day. One we will never forget. We took a train to pompeii. Naples is a very strange place. It feels like I'm in a really dodgy neighbourhood in America yet we are in Italy! There are strange people everywhere. The place is dirty and disgusting. When people make comments about Naples being dirty that is a complete …
... well maintain (tracks and train cars) I believe the USA populous would embrace rail travel as the Europeans seem to take for granted. We took the underground Metro from the train station to our hotel. The Line we took is not that old. The environment in the subway is clean, colorful, and a bit of Art Deco. Although we made it with our luggage with little trouble, we'll be taking a taxi from our hotel back to the train station -- the Metro is a bit much for two seniors ...
... problems and crime that I can't ever imagine getting this all "fixed". This is the Italy that Mike has always disliked and oh oh, here goes some of those hard earned points that other parts of Italy and Sicily had gained for Team Italiano over the last few weeks.
But for now, we enjoyed our solo Napoli visit. It was us and a lot of pigeons...for a couple hours at least. Then, like in a blink of an eye, there were thousands of people going every ...
... I sampled the limoncello (which I have come to quite enjoy), and Matt got a mint gelato. Back on the bus to return to Naples. We got stuck on the same bomb-removal traffic jam - now even more congested - giving us time for a little siesta. Here's the truth about the port of Naples: it's in a pretty scuzzy neighbourhood. The Bourbon-family castle is right nearby, which is quite impressive - but other than that, it's a collection of run-down buildings, street ...