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... a salad,.and about to crash again. Tomorrow ,nothing is planned..but we think we will go up to Castel Sant'Elmo and Certosa di San Martino monastery at the top of Naples where the entire Bay Area can be seen..were told not to miss it. Plus there is a nice village up there that is rather new, some shops, etc..The funiculare goes to the top..so that is the plan. It will be our last day in the city. ( and no, Thelma & Louise won't jump off a ...
... to the ship. I was told about a shopping mall known as the Galleria Umberto 10 minutes from the port but still having 2 bars of life left in the battery, I decided that I could probably afford to defer the search for the holy canon camera 1000D battery charger of Antioch until the next port of call, Civitavecchia.
Back on board, we got in the lift on deck 6. The doors opened on deck 7. Two passengers entered the lift. For the briefest of moments I thought ...
... know how to begin to describe how disgusted we were by Naples. It wasn't just a first impression gone bad. This was constant. The dodgy-iest people we have seen the entire trip just flooded the station, and as we would soon find out, the streets as well.
We did not feel safe, straight away.
We got out of the station and we were just repulsed. Absolutely revolted.
In London, we were a bit put off by the way the garbage system works. Just piles of rubbish on ...
... the fish) and she was excellent, entertaining and informative.
Our first stop inside the city was the Odeon, a small amphitheatre, beautifully preserved. It was not as large as the one in Jerash but still proportionately interesting. The complex here is amazing with so many small streets and houses still visible. We went to the house of Menander which has been roofed and reconstructed. This gave us an idea of a Roman Villa belonging to the wealthy. It has ...
... by this whole journey. Our eyes and hearts have been opened to understanding many of the Biblical accounts in new and wonderful ways. And we have been blessed as a group experiencing wonderful Christian community, prayer, Bible Study and so much more together!
We look forward to seeing you all this Sunday at Church.