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I woke up really late the next morning and got Nutella and toast for Breakfast. After breakfast we headed down to the train station but we weren't to sure what train we were taking and it didn't help when everyone spoke Italian. There were also some really creepy beggars walking around and the was a really really old lady who asked for money of me and I just said no but I hated it ...
... we had to eat here! The champ himself was on hand to accept accolades, show off his trophy and have his photo taken. The pizzas were pretty good too. 5 September A bit of a loose end today. We had to check out at 10am and the ferry didn't sail until after 8pm. Walked around the waterfront. Watched the fishing boats come in and sell/clean their catch. The kids (well all of us, really) loved watching the octopus escape from the basins. Mind you, we didn't realise ...
... the way home , got hassled by the mamas selling ****** trinkets, got scared by the men staring at us , just staring at us , and just staring at us, so we went home to Welcome B&B to felt safe again.
Pompeii is so poor, it is sad to see. So much tourism goes there. It is good to see the ruins keep being excavated though. The place just blows me away.
Fall asleep exhausted .
24/06/2014 - NAPLES
... with a severe case of jet-lag. Oh well, got to pay to play!
Since leaving on this adventure in March, I can really say without a doubt that Mike and I have gone, we have seen and we did...a LOT and the memories made are priceless!
Our mileage on our feet, as of today, is 709,533 steps logged on our FitBit trackers and right at 400 miles. We still have some walking to do in Chicago airport so we will add a little more. ...
... San Elmo, only to find it was closed. But we did find more graffiti! Back down into town to roam the historic district where we found Dante's statue, a monument to thank God for ending the plague, the only remaining part of the Roman wall that once enclosed the city, ate a world famous sfogliatella (pastry stuffed with ricotta cheese), and ate at a highly recommend pizza restaurant. We calculated we walked 10 to 12 miles today, much of it ...