Hotel Art Resort Galleria Umberto
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... garlic and oregano. Leider es war geschlossen, can you imagine; closed on a Sunday of all days. Luckily there was a pizzeria just across the road, so first pizza of the holiday has been eaten.
As the sun was setting, and the sky turning pink I walked along by the sea to Castel Dell'ovo. It was the perfect way to end the day :) I will surely sleep well later, and am very much looking forward to visiting (and of course staying on) the island of Capri ...
... We were taught how to make stuffed mozzarella balls wrapped in bacon, gnocchi from scratch with a tomato sauce and a rolled meat dish in tomato sauce. The best part was that we got to try everything that we made! It was amazing!! We spent the afternoon relaxing at the apartment and having a few drinks mainly because we were so full from everything we had eaten. We had dinner at a nice seafood restaurant that Son and Dad Davidson had found and had dinner at the first night we arrived. ...
Breaky was pretty much the same. Got a taxi back to the train station as the busses were not running, probably for the bust god only knows where I would have ended up. The train to naples when via Florence and had to change trains there. Arriving in naples on dark, I found my way to the hotel not to far to walk. First impression not good. See what the day light brings. Heading back to the train station I have dinner at Mcdonnald, not in the mood for pasta or ...
... preserved - it was magnificent! The area covered way further than you could see in a day so we selected on of the tour options and armed with our audio guides we were off to explore.
One of the coolest bits was the awesome state of the Roman roads. There was footpaths and guttering and even rock bollards which assume was to stop the carts going down certain roads. Later we found out that they were so people could step on as to not get their feet wet when ...
... with the people here, the more comfortable I’ve become walking through the streets full of clotheslines and kids playing soccer. I’m a pro at dodging cars and vespas now as well.
Tomorrow, I’m off to Pompeii and Mt. Vesuvius. I’ll be sure to send back pictures of toasted antiquity for you all.
Ps- again, the internt here sucks, so only half of my photos uploaded. I'll deal with the rest when I have patience.