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Travel Blogs from Naples
Today we woke up fairly early to get to Pompeii. We went up for a quick breakfast then were on our way. Mark thought the train would be better, although I really wanted to take a cab. But I let him decide, so train it was. We had to take a shuttle bus out from the port, very industrial. We found our way past the guys asking to take us in a taxi, I so wanted to say yes! But we went across the street to the tobacco/magazine stand, where the guy spoke a bit of English, I was glad I ...
... is too much to talk about so i'll let the pictures and following words do the talking.
Delicious red wine
Incredible pizza & pasta (Di Matteo & Sorbillo)
My favourite restaurant in the world to date (Trattoria da Nennella)
Espresso - yes i even started to drink coffee whilst there.
... is what it says. Blimey!! The Sunday roast cooks at a hotter temperature than that!! 400º is only about gas mark 7!!
We walked to the train station from the port. This was about 1½ mile straight up Corso Umberto and took about 30 minutes. The trains to Ercolano run every 20 minutes in the direction of Sorrento. The line is called the Circumvesuviana and was well sign posted in Stazione Centrale. Return tickets only cost €3.50. Added together with ...
... What regulations are in place for such occurrences? Yes you would pick it up but it would still smell and not be very sanitary. Especially on trains serving food!
After a relaxing train ride we got to Naples. We were so excited. So ready to get to the hotel and get to Mount Vesuvius. It forecasted rain for tomorrow so we didn't want to miss the chance to see the crater - you can't see it in bad weather.
We got off the train at Napoli Centrale station.
... artwork & beautiful gardens overlooking Naples. Dinner in the Spanish quarter with a local family (friends of Nico) booking at 9pm finally got seated at 10pm but the food - molto gusto! Visited the underground Theatre forum built 2,000 years ago plus the tunnels/via ducts at Piazza San Gaetano very interesting. Originally built by the Greek, then the ...