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This was actually my first night arriving in Napoli 1136. A Shocking Welcome to the South (Italy 113) Naples, December 21, 2011 Day 059: 5 hours, 2.8, Day total: 16.4 kms I sort of had an idea about the ugly side of Napoli… I’ve heard about its notoriety as a Mafia-run region… the extortion… its infamous garbage problem (due to disagreements, the garbage collectors just stopped collecting garbage for a long time). But nothing quite prepared me for ...
... Restoration will take place for many years.
As we walked out of the roped off area there were dozens of gypsy stalls all practically selling the same trinkets, momentos, and paintings. We had a Icey cold orange juice which 'hit the spot'.
The coach left soon after, and we continued on our 3 hour trip home, arriving home at 8.30pm.
The trip was well worthwhile, and well recommended a place to see whilst in ...
... fussing over us making sure we felt welcome and at home. Communication was a bit tricky , us with next to no Italian, and her with broken English, but with the right arm movements you can talk about anything. She made the best espresso and provided us with her own grown apricots and fruit every morning, and freshly baked cakes, champion lady. She was a school teacher as well, so terribly busy. The B & B is called ...
... one of which has old streetcar tracks. Not for the faint of heart...(photos to follow)
The hotel here compensated for the dull ride. It appears to be glued onto a cliff looking over the Bay of Naples ( and has good WiFi!).
Dinner in authentic Neapolitan pizza joint. Fish for me.
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... that made gluten free pizzas (senza glutine) so Jen and Sam where pretty happy. After lunch we drove up the base of Mt Vesuvius and bought tickets for a unimog ride to the top. From there we had a half hour walk to the rim and then wandered along the rim. We then climbed back down the way we came and had the return unimog ride back down.
Home was a 1.5 hour drive home with a stop at a roadside veggie shop and a gluten free ...