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... an awe inspiring place.
When we made a point of staying in Naples as part of our whirlwind through Italy, we really didn’t know what to expect. Sure we had made plans to see Pompeii and we really hoped to have at least a couple of good pieces of pizza but we really came away with so much more than that. The stereotype that Naples is a dangerous and dirty city couldn’t have been further from the truth in our opinion. Does it have the same charm ...
... need days here not hours!
The train journey back was again very hot, but as all the top stylistas know the best way to beat the heat is to sport the latest hat range from Primark...!
Back at our lovely Vico Equense, we enjoyed a well needed drink and snack at a local bar before building up enough energy to tackle the hot and nauseous bus journey home! (Although we can’t complain as our ...
... photo stops. The evening was perfect, good dinner with wine, Lemoncello for dessert and we watched the sunset from our terrace. The next day we decided to jump right in and start our hiking of the Amalfi Coast. We did a hike that has to be one of the highlights for anyone who visits this area. We hiked the Sentieri degli Dei (or Path of the Gods). This is in the mountains called Monte Lattari Vietri. Though this hike is a lot of work, you see the Amalfi Coast on foot in such a ...
... other drink. We get wet wipes, cookies and I have an Americano, as there was no time for coffee this morning.. A stop in Rome and more passengers board and again we wonder if we are sitting in someone’s seat. As the train departs we again are sitting in the same seats. Upon arrival in Naples, our driver, as promised, is at the end of the platform holding a sign with our name. Patrcia, our driver, pays the parking ticket and we load our bags into the vehicle. ...
... at the back which produce their own brand of limoncello, which of course we sampled. I then separated from the girls for a few hours of peace leaving them to go into every shop. The trip back was interesting as the bus driver actually went the wrong way for a while and we were heading for Naples instead of the Amalfi coast. When he realized, a quick trip around the block got us back on track – “NORMALE”.
Sue and I decided we needed to go for a ...