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It was raining lightly as we docked in Naples this morning. We walked to the ferry to go to the island of Capri. Once in Capri we caught the funicular to the top of the mountain where the main shopping and hotel area is. The view as we were travelling uphill was nothing like the funicular in Como - I guess the overcast day today did not help.... Once in the main square, the heavens opened and we huddled under umbrellas and shop awnings in an attempt to stay dry while we waited ...
By now we were tiring and retreated for lunch in a back street restaurant. I think it's interesting to see how many Italians, even the slim ones are eating pizza for lunch. I guess it's like a hot sandwich... a big one though. We have skipped supper because we are still too full....
We went to see the royal palace with the idea which it was going to be shut (guide ...
... all the things we see hanging up are, and what they taste like. We climb further up the hill and the congested alleys which are crammed full of cars which are covered in bumps and scratches. Naples has a well deserved reputation for driving and parking chaos, the evidence for this is all around us. We start to leave the commercial heart and find ourselves wandering through the residential areas further up the hill. This is a very densely populated area, the streets are ...
... prepared for the overwhelming majesty of the city. Pompeii was built on an earlier city founded in 600BC, numerous traces of that city can be found today. The city of 20,000 people was rebuilding from a 65AD earthquake when Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79AD and buried the city in 6-7 meters of ash. All but 2,000 of the people escaped, mostly by sea. The ones who remained were smothered by the ash. Molds of their bodies were obtained by pouring plaster ...
... cost me more than one euro or 88 pence before this. However after all this time I was determined to post them so parted with my money.
What an experience this had been, as had to get out same way I got in and then find Warren, ten euros lighter in my purse and about forty-five minutes of our day lost.
Time for a drink after that so we sat and watched the moving statues and reassessed our day as Warren was not 100% having woken with a sore throat. ...