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... want to see all the 'good' stuff in the museum! On our return to Naples we headed out into the town to see the sites. We took a tour of the Palace Real the former home of the Princes of Naples. It has been remodelled numerous times with the most recent being 18th century, over the top, Rococo style. Other sites seemed to be closed for restoration or enclosed in scaffolding with quite a bit of road construction around the old part of Naples. It will be much more impressive in a few ...
While the photos may look like a pile of rubble it was really interesting and you can't help but be amazed..........
Walked into Naples, very run down but huge huge buildings. Lots of graffiti which is disappointing. We did manage to get decent internet access even if it cost us a glass of wine and an expresso. Waiter spoke no English but vino blanco and expresso seem to be universal as is wifi!
Naples is a very filthy city. The people here treat the streets like a garbage tip! We thought Paris was dirty....Paris has nothing on the state of this place.
In light of that, the nice parts of Naples were actually quite enjoyable.
We spent time walking through the most amazing old town where the streets were narrow and lined with local stalls and shops selling christmas decorations and goodies. The Italian traditional christmas includes festive/religious scenes made ...
Well before I start my apologies to all of our friends that may have originated or have relatives in Naples. Naples is filthy. Garbage laying everywhere. Along the roads, in the countryside. Just no excuse for it and just a lack of pride by the people. This was a far cry from Florence and Rome. Our guide today whose name is Evo drove with one hand on the wheel and the other hand and arm waving as he spoke. The ...
... and it's well named, as the various lines completely encircle Vesuvius. Apparently they have some relatively new rolling stock, but I didn't see any evidence of it today - all the trains were rather old, battered and grafiti covered. Still, they got me out to Pompei Scavi, which is the main thing. The station is only a very short walk from the entrance to the excavations, and though there was quite a queue for tickets, it moved quickly.