H2C Hotel Napoli
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Day 49 - Naples Italy.
This morning the plan was to sleep in. I woke at 7am. ..it was a sleep in considering we haven't slept the last week. I let sleeping beauty sleep in. Once he woke we put our laundry out, went to the gym and then returned back to our cabin to see if the mattress had been replaced. It hadn't. We went to the Gluten free bar which said it would order soy milk for me...they hadn't. So far not a great start. We went to reception to query when the ...
... them to take to sea with them as it would last for hours under the sun. It was simply a flatbread dough, tomato sauce and oregano.
The next pizza made was a white pizza using traditional strips of fat/lard. There was no tomato sauce on this one and was strictly a white pizza.
The third pizza was an invention of this man who wanted to create something specific for Queen Margarita. He wanted to use the 3 colours of the Italian flag: ...
Not only is Naples fairly close to Pompeii, but being a Peter Sarstedt fan (remember that great hit song "Where do you go to, my lovely? "), it is one of those places I have always wanted to visit......and so glad I did!
We walked to the station, less than 5 minutes from the campsite, bought a couple of return tickets for just 5 Euro each and waited on the platform for the 9.37 train, which finally arrived at 10.11. We had heard ...
The first thing we did last night was to go eat Napoletana pizza with la familia, after many antipasti like bruschetta, calamari, etc. the main dish arrived. Bruno ordered a margarita pizza, and Adriana ordered a raqueta pizza stuffed with Ricotta cheese in the crust. Adriana ate half of her pizza and when she looked Bruno had already devoured his pizza, so Adriana gave her half to Bruno. Bruno ate half of this ...
... shell, the body decomposed, leaving an empty hollow. Archeologists discovered these hollows, and filled them with plaster, creating a mold of the victim. Looking at this molds is somewhat disconcerting, as it is easy to see that for many of the victims, their last moments were not peaceful ones.
While the story of Pompeii and Herculaneum is a tragic one, the circumstances of their destruction offer us an almost unparalleled glimpse into what life was like ...