HI Hostel Naples Mergellina
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... can't judge the city by the area around the train station but so far it wasn't looking promising. We took a walk into the old part of the town and passed a few streets with x rated movie cinemas with the most dodgy people we had seen in our life having around. There were Transvestites, druggies, beggars, derelicts, drunks and lots of misguided youth. We decided to christen this place 'The African Capital of Italy.' Being late on a Sunday afternoon maybe the rubbish ...
... We were taught how to make stuffed mozzarella balls wrapped in bacon, gnocchi from scratch with a tomato sauce and a rolled meat dish in tomato sauce. The best part was that we got to try everything that we made! It was amazing!! We spent the afternoon relaxing at the apartment and having a few drinks mainly because we were so full from everything we had eaten. We had dinner at a nice seafood restaurant that Son and Dad Davidson had found and had dinner at the first night we arrived. ...
... from Germany and Keith and Tom from USA.
John's luggage update - Still no bag and Alitalia Lost Bag Claims told John he can pick it up at Rome. So we are driving to FCO Rome airport tomorrow before heading to Florence. Looks like another mini-adventure tomorrow.
Final cruise thoughts - Other than the rainy weather in Naples, we had great weather throughout the 11 day cruise. Stopping in Israel was fascanating along with the other new ports for ...
... bag storage so we left our bags there and went to have some lunch. They had heaps of lemon trees around so I tried their orange/lemon drink by it was a lot more sour than I expected. Next we went and explored the Pompeii ruins. It was pretty cool that the buildings had been there for so long and it was so well preserved. It was covered when mount Vesuvius erupted in 79AD. They had people and furniture petrified which was pretty cool. It's actually quite big and we spent ...
... and were worried he would run into him again
with his friend. Since all we had was a small light for protection I
picked up a stick and we decided to be as loud as possible to avoid
sneaking up on him, so we decided to bark like dogs. I'm sure we
didn't scare the boar at all, as he was probably long gone, but I
can't say what the neighbors must have thought of us walking up the
road barking like dogs.
Oh, I almost forgot, I also learned how
to make ...