H2C Hotel Napoli
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... was in Eat, Pray, Love and had been visited by Julia Roberts, this pizza place was in a Sophia Loren movie and was widely known by travellers and locals alike. There was a day spent hiking Vesuvius and visiting Ercolano (Herculaneum). I'm sure you can hike from the base or some midway point, but like most tourists, I took the bus up as far as you can travel by car and then walked the last 20 minutes. It is a fairly uneventful hike and due to the ...
... place to our surprise. It's right on the coast so we thought it would be nice and beautiful but it was quite the opposite. There's a lot of African/Indian men who hassle you to buy stuff off them. Our accommodation was only a 5 minute walk from the train station so we lugged our bags there. We stayed at another bed and breakfast and the guy, Eugenio, was lovely. He was very helpful with how to get around the place and he carried mums bag for her ...
... in a big way courtesy of the city it seems - there are some of the most beautiful decorations hanging across the streets, almost entirely composed of white fairy lights and in many of the squares, Christmas themed figures or scenes finely crafted with wire and covered in white lights. One in particular, near the statue of four lions, was Santa's sleigh drawn by six reindeer, about 15m long and a couple of metres high!
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... to see the cathedral. This street is built on the main roman road of the town but is far from Roman. It is narrow and busy with stalls on either side. Here, halfway down is the entrance to the underground catacombs of the city. Naples is build on a mass of tunnels that wind under the city and during the day there are various tours to see these narrow winding passages, last used as shelters in the Second World War as shelters. Napoli Sotterannea, is well worth ...
... until next year now, so I'm hoping by then it'll feel better. And in the meantime I'll forget about it as best I can. Time is a weird feeling like that. It passes and heals, you just have to wait. So the walk ended in Positano and I caught the bus back to Amalfi from there and then another bus to Salerno, then changing there for Naples. Although there was an accident on the road and we were massively delayed. I left Amalfi at 5pm but then didn't return ...