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... The owner of the hostel is soooo nice!!! He is definitely passionate about Naples! He spent an hour telling us places to visit while we were there, along with trying to convince us to stay another night! He told us that he was making pasta for lunch, but since our time was limited that we should head out and see the city instead, and that there was time for pasta later. We decided that our first stop would be the national archeological museum because it had a lot ...
Took the train from Castellammare into Naples. Different.
It rained enroute; we could see streets becomming torrents of running water, and as I'm wearing sandels, not impressed. Did need to giggle when the rain poured into the carriage from the roof. Not sure what the problem was, just got out of the way. Fortunately most people had got off at Pompeii Station, so we had space to move into.
By the time ...
... bad Australian packaged foods are and how they have changed peoples taste buds. - the supermarkets are very small and don't have a lot of packaged things. People tend to get there things from specialised shops. Eg. Veggie shop, small goods butcher, bread shop etc. which I love! - the language is awesome and quite easy to pick up. We are so stoked to be going back to Switzerland tomorrow. It's been a good two weeks in Italy but we are ready to move on. ...
We started with an open courtyard area on the lower level before climbing the stairs into the town. There are main roads which radiate out from the Forum with minor roads and smaller alleys further splitting up the area. We saw the Forum with it's temples and shops and also shops, with their counters, and houses in the surrounding streets. We visited a large house which had impressive gardens and mosaics and even some murals still visible ...
... of Naples (Napoli).
The kids didn't want to join us, so they went to the 'not so mean Kids Club', while Daryl and I decided to check out the city's shopping.
It was interesting to look around, though no Euros were spent.
I am disappointed to have to admit that Naples is probably the dirtiest city we have been to- with lots of rubbish and graffiti. (Why doesn't someone do something about it?)