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Travel Blogs from Giugliano in Campania
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... an actual tour guide showing a couple around and listened in until he lead us to a display in the orc*********** where casts of village people who were caught in the lava were displayed. I had been told previously that most artifacts had been removed from the site and placed in a museum in Naples. This proved correct and all that is now within the site is remains of buildings. These remains date back 2000 years to BC and I believe were preserved by the molten lava ...
... car. Then a nice Italian man came along and directed us onto somewhat wider roads (somewhat being the operative word here). We found our way out onto the Positano road and then just followed our noses really. Positano is on the other side of the Amalfi Penninsula so we climbed up into the mountains and then down the other side to the coast road. There was only one road and no turnoff anywhere so we just hung in there for the next 5 hours.
What a drive! The SS163 ...
... Wow, what a drab, tired, dirty city. It reeks of
poverty and neglect which we both find incredibly surprising having such a high
volume of tourists. I couldn’t even call it Bohemian, sleazy and creepy more
like it. There is so much rubbish and it smells. Still off we go, I love the
foot path though. We are on the outskirts of the town next to the ruined city,
again we didn’t make it to the centre of new town, (founded in 1875) so we didn’t
... and sea below.
After our visit to Anacapri, and the Villa Michelle gardens, we walked back to Capri town.
We walked all the way down the mountain, and could see why the rich a famous people like this place. Jacqueline Onassis- Kennedy used to love it here. We caught the boat back to town and made the 1 mile walk back home before any cloudburst hit us.
Tomorrow we head south to the Amalfi coast. Stay tuned. , Tom and Barb on the trail