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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 ...
... of course found a pizza shop. Lots of variety inlcuding potato topped pizza. Just in case pizza didn't provide you with enough carbohydrates, here is your chance to overload majorly. Walked back to the train station to get our train back to Italy's mainland. The train goes by ferry across the Messina Straits. Two trains ...
The sunrise from the terrace of the Hotel San Michele was wonderful. After breakfast we were driven down to the waterfront to catch a ferry to Sorrento. Once there we were transferred to the Hotel Ascot were we dropped of our hand luggage, had a toilet stop, and then boarded a larger Cosmos bus and headed for the Amalfi Coast. We sat on the right hand side of the bus to get the best views. The views were spectacular ...
After a lazy morning (as it was Jennys birthday!) we left the campsite at 1130 to head down to the central train and bus station in Sorrento to catch a bus to Amalfi or Positano. We arrived at 1145 to find a huge queue of people! This bus ride was included in our travel pass which meant it was not going to cost us any more money. We stood in the queue for about 25 – 30 mins before getting on a bus to Positano. ...
... the technology they were using was pretty good. I was most taken with their ability to use water. The streets were sunken (or the sidewalks raised, depending on how you look at it) to allow water to flow through them so that they could clean them. The "crosswalks" were stepping stones that would allow pedestrians to cross the streets even when they were flooded. They also used water tanks hidden in arches to help pressurize the water flowing through the (lead) pipes ...