Casale degli Dei
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... now, a shoppers paradise, in some of the coolest shops..... As we progressed on the long hike up, up and still up, we skipped in/out of the shops that interested us. "OMG!.... Unbelievable...!!" Marina was saying in a state of shock. "Yes, I know.... there is nothing!!! All the shops have the same thing!!!.... Ugh...!!" I sadly agreed with her quick assessment. "Oh, Robin, Remember that marvelous shop at the top where you bought all your velvet dresses....??" Marina said ...
... game of ‘spot the gangster’ is an ongoing source of entertainment during our four days in the city. But beneath the exotic veneer, organised crime has leached many millions out of this already deprived city over many decades. Despite walls being daubed in huge amounts of anarchist, communist and fascist graffiti (not forgetting the many murals across the city of the Mastiffs football fan club), it is the Comorra who are the real movers on the streets here.
... village) and above an elementary school. Here we found a playground of all things, stacked on terraced cliffs. Very small but with swings, monkey bars and paths.
At 5 the place comes alive! People returning from work, shops open and lights on, Duomo lit, men standing at a local gathering place having a great conversation. Into the farmacia we went. Dani had a bit of a headache which seemed to ...
... of a dog curled up really tightly under what was obviously a fallen building of some sort... really horrible to see!
At about nine o'clock, I finally found the hostel I had booked... it's in a bit of a dodgy area just outside of Naples but inside it was spotlessly clean and pretty busy. Also it was full of people speaking English!! Oh, how I love speaking English after my terrible attempts of Italian!! (I can still count in Italian though!)
... learn to speak Italian by self study and speaking to locals rather fast and enjoy Italian more than any other language
· I know A LOT more Spanish that I thought I knew
· People in Italy LOVE to stare at me, and as a New Yorker , it’s helped me to have somehow get over it
· I can, not complain ...