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... next day, but somehow it just didn't happen, but as it all turned out this was for the best. The morning kicked off with further disappointment in the hot shower department and the discovery that the little supermarket close to us was not so early to open and provide us with breakfast. Finally we were breakfasted with washing hung and on our way out the door to visit our reason for coming to Naples - the incredible site of one of the worlds most famous volcanic ...
... excellent in Level 3 NCEA!
Roma Termini - 9.30 on a Sunday morning and the station was humming.
Roma to Napoli - We were going 278 kph and the highest speed I saw was 299!
The taxi queue in Napoli. - Waiting in line for a taxi. White (official) Taxis had a five lane loading zone so the queue moved quickly.
Palazzo Turchini - Our room(s). I hope the shower is as good as the shower in the 2 star in Rome.
... a new friend at the shop. He told us about his vacations to Cuba and Mexico, how he plans to go to Miami in the winter, how to make Limoncello, and how he doesn't understand why Asians think olive oil and limoncello are used as shampoo. He was awesome... And gave us free samples! Paolo even tried some fennel liquor! We ended up buying a bottle of limoncello and cappuccino liquor! We are all getting in bed early.... Have to be at breakfast by 930!
... can be trusted. It's another long wait but there is plenty to keep us entertained, like the regazzi (young men) on scooters buzzing through the crowds and the people standing in front of moving cars as though they might win in that game of chicken. Or the young, exasperated boy on a bicycle shouting PER-MISO! PER-MI-SO! to the annoying pedestrians in his path.
Then came an Easter Parade. Down the same small street already filled with the ...
... the United States. Sixty years later Russian women led a strike calling for "bread and peace" during the twin horrors of World War I and the Russian Revolution. In 1945 the Union of Italian Women declared that this special date, March 8, should be set aside to celebrate womanhood across the country. (See pics of Russian promotions over the years and change from political to more social meaning of international woman's day) Italians are fond of this celebration, like many holidays it is ...