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... snuck under the barricade at Castle Nuovo so that we could steel a peak at the view from the top floor. Naples was different to any other Italian city we'd spent time in. It was grungy and grimy and I loved it! We ate pizza, gnocchi and gelato and drank beer overlooking the harbor. Over the course of the day we must've walked about 20kms! We were stuffed by the end of the day!
Back to the hostel we had chats with some other travelers, Fabrizio from Brazil and Sebastian ...
... a postcard. Houses on cliff right to water, a city square with a massive church. People were lined up to get in. We didn't go up. There, knees bad couldn't do the 100 stairs. Sat and had our last gelato boohoo! Walked down to water. Bought a Christmas ball for the tree. Very pretty city. Back on bus drove inland on highway. They threw in a stop at a cameo factory. Normally I don't like these stops but this ...
Today we were off to Naples, And saying good bye to Venice. We got up at 7:20, had showers, packed, cleaned and were off! The weather was a bit off, raining, cold and gloomy. But we were so thankful that the streets weren't up to our ankles with water and we could roll our suitcases easily. We got to the bus stop and thankfully a bus was waiting, we paid for our tickets and were on the bus and at the airport in less than 30 minutes. Getting on the plane didn't take too long and ...
... the restored ballroom and gave us a feel for what a grand place this Bishop's Palace must have been in its day.
We gathered ourselves for a quick walk through the seedy, dark, trashy streets to a pizza place on a small piazza. It was a chilly evening but we elected to eat at an outside table with a view of the square and the statue in its center. Naples is known for its pizza and we were not disappointed as we each ordered a pizza fit ...
... you need to splurge once at least in Naples), some walks around the city, and ate chips and watched soccer.
Nina and I went to a women's soccer game (Naples versus Paris, Naples won) and spent much of our second week, after our friends had left, studying at the lungomare. The lungomare was wonderful since the otherwise very busy street had been closed to traffic, first because of America's Cup (sailing) and then because ...