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... castles. We 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 ...
... Vesuvius, which of course wiped out Pompeii almost ...
... to walk all around the Castle Nuova along the water front (built in 1279) and the only person we saw was a security guard starting his rounds of waking up the homeless that camp in the dark corners of the castle. Sadly though, as we would see up close and personal over the next 48 hours, Naples is a very dirty city. I am sure there are those Napoleon's that would love to keep it clean and take care of its many historic treasures but it is so far gone with the extreme litter ...
... I can honestly say it lived up to its reputation. Marco who runs the B&B we are staying at (in Revello) tells me that Naples has some beautiful parts, no doubt it does but I can't say I saw them on the coach tour either! To end our day we changed rooms, original stank due to cigarettes and then had a ****** pizza!!! All in all a day to write off except for the Dissaronno and lemonade in the bar ...
... party animals.
Day of O'Hara Sabbath again - visit to Amalfi by boat in afternoon with Francesco. Cruise liner off shore so the town is filled with tourists crawling the tiny alleys - too busy and too expensive. We can't get back to the Marina quick enough.
Pompei and a drive/hike up Mt Vesuvius - how incredible to see it for real and not in the text books. Bigger than we thought. Maybe HSC Ancient history wasn't so bad ...