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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... and now I have proof1! They were so, so nice and have never visited Capri, either, so it was neat to give them the opportunity to explore somewhere new. And I know that it will make my grandmother so happy to know that we got to meet them.
My mom and I just got to Naples and tomorrow we will be taking a cooking class together! I mentioned she's my favorite travel partner, right? Can I just live this lifestyle forever?
We had a 229nm sail overnight and had arrived in Naples by the time we woke at 6am to the alarm to gather for our tour at 7.15am. Ang had a restless night and her breakfast consisted of Coldrex and Sealegs. The forecast was for rain. The day started cloudy and become quite sunny before heavy rain set in around 4pm. The temperature in the afternoon was in the high 20's but it felt comfortable. Naples is the 3rd largest city in Italy, with a city population of about 1m. The ...
Fiorella, our private guide, picked us up with Enzo in a lovely Mercedes, to take us to Pompeii. It was great having a guide who took us to the most important and most restored parts of the vast village. It is hard to believe that anything buried under volcanic substances(which allowed exceptional preservation) from 79 AD could still exist. Most of the best preserved mosaics and frescoes were seen at the Archealogy Museum. It was really emotional ...
... wash hair and be on time in the Main dining room for a nice meal after a full day of steamy sight-seeing. Our cabin usually looks like a cyclone went through it, but this is vacation time and our room steward is good about being able to deal with our messes. The girls try each night to make friends in the Loft, but not many kids show up or seem to be using the Loft. Could be that they are worn out from a full day's touring and they just hang back with family for ...
... especially the metro system in Paris. 11/. Speaking of transport....you would have to be mad to drive in central Paris....madness. 12/. We are so grateful that France is flat as we have walked the equivalent of Oxfam, twice over......or thereabouts. 13/. Dogs are allowed anywhere and everywhere, they rule the country. Poopa Scoopa optional. 14/. Denim on denim allowable, indeed desirable, in Paris. 15/. Left-hand driving = very tricky, especially round-a-bouts! 16/. ...