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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... the port. We had fish and chips, which in itself is hardly noteworthy but tonight Flynn tried everything. We had whitebait, calamari, octopus, prawns, some kind of fried thing (maybe fish and potato??) and chips. He loved the whitebait. Then onto the ferry. First time I've been on a boat overnight since 1988 (I think). Was really nice to see the lights of the city slide past as we sailed. In all my navy days, I can't remember a night sailing. A really nice way to end our ...
Day trip to Napoli started bright and early at the train station where we scored a seat! A good start to the day. Napoli has a fairly bad reputation for lawlessness and it was suggested we perhaps shouldn't go there. However on chatting to various Italians we received conflicting advice. We ended up listening to natives of the area who told us we would be fine, just be sensible. We think those from further north add some colour to their stories. We ended up feeling safer ...
... to walk all around the Castle Nuova along the water front (built in 1279) and the only person we saw was a security guard starting his rounds of waking up the homeless that camp in the dark corners of the castle. Sadly though, as we would see up close and personal over the next 48 hours, Naples is a very dirty city. I am sure there are those Napoleon's that would love to keep it clean and take care of its many historic treasures but it is so far gone with the extreme litter ...
... THE BEST Italian ice cream so far on this trip. It was a combination cone of 2 flavours. One was Bounty (after the chocolate bar) and the second was coconut. Now, you might think that this was coconut overkill, seeing as the Bounty bar has a coconut center, but I'm here to say, it was the PERFECT combination. It was THE BEST, creamiest ice cream, bar none! Of course we are just hitting our stride here in Italy, so the taste test will continue...tomorrow...in ...
... and car (for 200 euro's a day) or do it like we did - local train and bus. First we took the circumvesuviana train (it is also the train you take to Pompeii) for an hour to the end of it's line at Sorrento, we then did a mad dash for the bus stop to take the bus scheduled to leave 10 minutes after the train arrived. Unfortunately we were the last on board so it was stranding room only. One nice gentleman gave up his seat for Izzy but poor ...