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This hike was done backwards 1191. Quest to Connect the Hikes (Italy 168) Casoria, January 4, 2012 Day 073: 3.0 kms, 5 hours Today I have to hike all the way to the northern edge of Napoli and beyond and beyond, to connect my Napoli Superhikes with the Caserta/Aversa segments of my hike. It looks pretty straightforward: there are hills to the north and no direct roads, so I have to head northeast to a busy street that cuts through a valley to the suburbs beyond. Here ...
... when we arrived @ 0930 so Jenny having read ahead printed her own although not the best map, so this meant we spent a lot of time trying to figure out where we were and where we wanted to be. Despite this we still saw everything we wanted to see including the baths, the brothel and many impressive Roman houses and courtyards, plus theatres and amphitheatres. The most striking thing you see is the plaster casts of ...
... Basically, from a viewpoint of this great corner, you can admire a picturesque location the village sailor Corricella, where the fishermen's houses clinging on high and steep coast form a cluster characteristic, common to other places in the Mediterranean, but especially for the use of pastel colors yellow, pink, blue, green, white, useful for sailors to recognize his own house by the sea . The name derives from the greek Corricella "coros callos" (beautiful region), the same etymology ...
... with serving jars still in tact. The amphitheaters and other public gardens were also very pleasant, that any modern city would be pleased to have.
Despite how pleasant and comfortable their lifestyle appeared to be, it was sobering to realize how quickly it came to an end... For not just a few but for thousands. The reality of the final minutes for this preserved city was very evident in the plaster casts of the bodies of the ...
Day 073: 7.0 kms, 3 hours
It's out of my way now, but I figure I should go ahead and backtrack to Casavatore, where the mountains of trash problem continue—but there is a pleasant little neighbourhood shops street with a tiny little square I can strum in.
Then I start a series of wrong turns that go from being interesting to downright annoying. Normally I like to see taking a "wrong turn" as an opportunity to discover something ...