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From Naples to Sorrento we drove past Mt Vesuvius, the volcano that covered Pompeii. The coast line is picture perfect, driving along the very narrow roadsides on the cliffs. The bus driver was very experienced in manoeuvring some tricky spots. Sorrento was a beautiful seaside town, and they promote Lemoncello as being their number one product from the huge lemons they grow ...
... true that Naples makes an excellent Margherita pizza - when you can stand on the street and pay €1 for a medium that's fresh from the oven what's not to love? However I wasn't blown away. Pizza in naples is an establishment an they do what they do very well. It could be that it's inconvenient to eat an unsliced pizza, that 2-3 rounds of mozzarella aren't enough, or maybe I just need to do more sampling. I don't ...
... train ticket guy came through. He validated our ticket with no problem but clearly thought the two guys were scrupulous characters. He let them stay and after he left they asked us if we spoke Italian and knew what the man had said. I looked at their train ticket and explained that they were on a train to Rome rather than a train to Milan as their ticket indicated. As I looked further I realized they had taken train 724 to Rome because their previous ...
... Villa of Mysteries its name. The sarcophagi along Via Erculano. A laundry. Replanted vineyards. The forum, temples, the basilica, markets, baths, amphitheatre, theatres, and many, many houses — homes big and small. Speed bumps, crossing stones, brothel, gymnasium, council buildings. Even the street on which Caecilius's house stood. The site was thankfully rather ...
... to go to the island of Capri by jet / ferry boat. It wasn't too hard to do as the terminal for the ferry was just beside where our cruise ship docked. We arrived in Capri around 11, and took a taxi up to the town. Wandered around for awhile and saw all of the very expensive shops. Price tags that I have never seen before. Outfits for 2200 euros, shoes for anywhere from 600 - 950 euros. Needless to say I didn't do ...