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... snack service, all provided by a charming young lady, and by the time we hit Naples we had sampled our first Italian bubbly (well, actually a few). Rather than worrying about theft etc on the local train to Sorrento (known to be one of the worst in Italy) we used a transfer service and were in our hotel in no time. We are staying at the Hotel Bristol and true ...
... our hearts content while awaiting our flight. Well, by the time i was finally able to board, David was completely comfortable in his fantastic "pod" of airline pamperedness. His own little room complete with a wine list, a fancy menu booklet, his very own entertainment system, a dessert cart, a toiletry kit, you name it! I on the other hand sat wedged between a brit with body odor and a very ...
... Villa Murat was built in the 1700's, and a peace treaty was famously signed there in 1808 by the General of the Naples Military. He later became the King of Naples. So yes, we were staying at a King's Castle, in a sense. And felt like it. The charm and appeal of the place was the care given in its restoration by its owner, Rafaelle, who we met shortly after arrival. This would be one of many encounters with our gracious and welcoming host. There was only one bathroom ...
... and climbed and descended. After a hour or ten we found somewhere to eat lunch, guess what we had yep pasta but a different kind. It's quiet dense and tastes a bit different. Down to the beach to look at boat tours and eat gelato. The problem with going down is the coming up! We saw a local bus so decided to attempt to catch it. Then the heavens opened and it poured! The bus drove past us so we decided to take a taxi back. We finally found a taxi and he wanted ...
... Many churches in Italy are like this (even St Peters in Rome and the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona) and I'm always so impressed by the great craftsmanship they display. Pisa strikes me as a regular Italian town that happens to have a leaning tower. Sorry to everyone who loved it, but it wasn't on our list of favourite places.
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TripAdvisor comment summed it up for us - 'Come, be enchanted, leave before it wears ...