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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... tiny, just enough room to stand on) overlooking the front of the hotel and the incredibly busy street it is on. There is a church across the way—the bells started ringing at about 5:30 PM so I took a video that included the crazy traffic!
About 22 (of the 32) of us went on this optional tour/dinner to downtown Naples. Joe, our guide, took us on a walking tour of the Spanish Quarter (Quartieri Spagnoli, according to Wikipedia, was "created in the ...
... place in 79 A.D, I truly am so grateful to have this experience. Also I'd have to say it was overwhelming in its size and what the Ancient Romans were able to build with the tools they had in their time, I’m still trying to get my head around it all.
So lets see Pompeii….. First we got to walk around in groups and organise a meeting point for our packed picnic lunch of cold meat sandwiches! Then we walked around and saw the giant ...
... There were cars parked on the side of the roads too and sometimes so badly they were taking up some of the little road room available. The speed limit in this built up area was 90 km/hr and in our opinion was way too fast for the conditions. It made driving in Paris or Rome appear organized and sedate! Our tension increased hundredfold though when we actually knocked an elderly man off his scooter. Fortunately we were both traveling slowly, as we were ...
Day 071: 10.0 kms, 5 hours
It seems that whenever I want to visit the most beautiful, photo worthy spots it starts raining—first on the Amalfi Coast and now in Caserta. But I'm not going to let that dampen my adventure… after taking refuge in a supermarket for a little bit, I head off to explore the Caserta palace and gardens.
The Caserta Palace was built for the Bourbon kings in the mid-seventeen hundreds. One of ...
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