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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... trudge on—as there’s no public transportation in these parts… I’ve got to make it to the main commuter station on the Napoli-Salerno route. 1146. Christmas Eve stuck in a Train Tunnel (Italy 123) Angri, December 24, 2011 Day 062: 7 hours, 2.9 kms, Day: 15.9 kms After crossing the freeway I reach Angri, a large town where I get off the dreary main road and into a well lit, charming old town. It looks like I just missed a party, with plastic cups ...
... the same author about the Sistine Chapel! Nooooooo!!!!
So here ended our time in Positano. There were two thunderstorms last night. Both quite dramatic… one the cloud over my head as I fell asleep dreaming of that heavenly chocolate sauce and the other was a long lasting thunder and lightning, shake the walls kind of storm giving us permission to move inland to sunnier skies… as we travel to Montepulciano TUSCANY!!!
The adventure ...
... around Pompeii. It was so interesting to see all the buildings so close together. It looked as though they would reuse the walls from one house to build another. There were also some very interesting gigantic houses which I assume were for the rich people who used to live there. They had all kinds of intricate paintings and sculptures built right into the walls. I'm sure it was a much more colorful ...
... buffet...not much to write home about but nicer than most hotel buffets.
Antico Francischiello, a quaint little restaurant/hotel just on the outskirts of Sorrento was the spot for lunch. The first thing a diner is required to digest is the breathtaking views of the bay of Naples and the Isle of Capri. Salad of octopus, potato and lemon started the meal followed by ...
... and explore Naples underground. Thinking we had forgotten the passes at our hotel when we unpacked, Jared ran back as I continued to the train station. 15 minutes later, he showed up to tell me to check my purse, where we found the passes. At least he got his run in for the day! Our to do for naples was the underground and the pizzeria where it is believed that pizza was invented. We started with a tour of the underground city. Originally dug by Romans to excavate the ...