H2C Hotel Napoli
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... thunderstorm. Once the lights came back on, the waiter broke into song with a tambourine!
The rain put a damper on the rest of our plans so we had a lazy afternoon. The rain stopped in time for dinner so we had a pleasant walk to the shoreline of Naples to enjoy Restorantino dell' Avvocato ("Restaurant of the Lawyer"), touted as one of Naples up and coming modern cuisine restaurants. We learned that the restaurant's name is based on the ...
... of this trip. We found a street cafe in Piazza Bellini. The last pizza I had was the one I had in Pogerola after our full day hiking the Amalfi Coast a few days before Easter. I keep telling Mike it's the best pizza I have ever had. It was mushroom, tomato, arugula and olive oil and I ordered the same one here. So simple and again so delicious! Mike ordered a Caprese pizza and his last Italian Birra. No we did not eat it all. We had no idea the pizzas would be that big. At ...
... no fever. Have become very familiar with pharmacy across the street. Using our Italian/English dictionary we write out our questions and symptoms and seemed to get the correct medication. Once a day a car rides through the neighborhood with a loud speaker promoting local politicians and handing out fliers.
George rallied late in day, so we took a walk to find something to eat, got lost, found a delightful place allng the waterfront ...
... had the wrong ticket but could not but try my luck as were nearly up to my number. There it was and I hastened to the appropriate window only to be pushed out of the way by an Italian man who seemed to think it was his window and his turn. Surely I hadn't been that slow.
What to do now? Standing in the middle of the floor with a number that had expired, and from watching others had noticed that all the numbers going to the windows with the envelope which I ...
... learn that the thick, meringue-like cream was a combination of espresso and icing sugar, called "coffee cream". Our barista was happy to scoop up a teaspoon of the cream for us to try. In the afternoon and sometimes in the morning locals put a spoon full of this sweet concoction in a small glass and run a shot of coffee on top. The coffee cream acts as a sweetener to an otherwise bitter short-black. Ingenious, yet incredibly sweet! Those of you who visit us on our return from ...