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... going to be as diverse and interesting as hiking greater Paris.
I find a shabby yellow-which mansion turned community building with a little park in front, a nice place to take a break and then a nicer plaza with a building that reminds me of Latin America a little further. Here I decide to stop following the coastal road for a while, and head uphill into the heart of Portici, with a snowcapped Vesuvius beckoning in the background. After passing through ...
... to find at the end of the day when we were too tired to walk back to the car. So thanks Lucio!
Naples is a city of extremes it seems to me. Palaces, historical monuments and beautiful churches on every other corner, laced together by a maze of character rich streets, but also by a trail of graffiti (and some would say garbage). Youth making out on the steps of the cathedral while others (hmm I wonder who ...
... Quite pretty but I wonder if it is worth the fuss. We have been very lucky with fabulous weather and with a great local guide, just avoiding a large boat filled with Japanese tourists who are apparently mad about the grotto. Ditto I am told that other groups have had to wait up to two and a half hours to get into the row boats. Up ...
Sorrento overlooked the bay of Naples and mount vesuvious. At sunset it was really impressive, especially with the views of these two. Sorrento's main beach wasn't very decent compared to some others, again a massive rip off with hiring sun beds like all of italy. The main part of sorrento, known as centro storico was a nice area that was filled with restaurants, souvenir stores, cafes, churches and boutiques. Lots of interesting street performers were ...
... way back we checked out the buses to Amalfi as we hope to go there tomorrow. It costs 7.90 e pp for a day ticket from Sorrento to Amalfi, Jared is free. When we got back Dal skyped from Canada to tell us he is coming to Adelaide on the 18th December for 2 nights after a cruise around New Zealand. We made pasta in sauce with the bread for dinner and had the wine we had bought which was not so good. We'll have to spend a bit more on a bottle tomorrow, Sorrento ...