Hotel Del Real Orto Botanico
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... car park and head into Naples by Metro. Very cheap and not bad for comfort but the train was delayed and we only got to the centre at 11.00. The first place we wanted to see closed at midday so we rushed along to the San Gregorio Armeno, in fact a convent. The church was one of the most ornate I have ever seen, hardly a flat surface in sight! Didn't do anything for me but very impressive.
... is full of people. Adding to the busy buzzing atmosphere is a whole host of street performers singing, playing instruments and there was a pair of Indians, well, take a look at the photos, we couldn't see how they did it. Unfortunately for Martin the shops were all open, but he was in luck, it was much more interesting to see what was happening around me than look around the shops. Plenty of time for that when I get home :0). But today was a very important day in Italy, we ...
... I took when we get home.
We left there and went out for Neapolitan pizza at a restaurant called di Matteo’s, which is apparently famous for having been visited by President Clinton during a summit in 1994. I don’t care about that at all, but the pizza was amazing! A little soggy in the middle, crispy at the edges, with the most unbelievably good sauce I’ve ever tasted. Yum! After dinner, ...
Bells were ringing all day at the church & convent across the street with four masses today. Got a peek inside which was very ornate and very small. All pews were filled, people standing in back, and some standing in doorway and street.
George better today, so we ventured out. At breakfast today Shirley ordered hot chocolate and got a cup of something like Hershey's chocolate heated up. It was so thick George used it as ...
... now a long queue outside trying to get in as the doors obviously don't open once there are a certain number inside. Seems like the people,having dealings at the postage counters also had a lot of business as these numbers moved very slowly. Finally my number appeared, and I hastened to the window to post my four postcards. That will be ten euro said the Italian women behind the counter. Ten euro, I questioned! Yes, two fifty per card. This sounded exorbitant as no ...