Hotel Dei Cavalieri
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I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... from the crater is analysed, various crater lines from lava ash deposits and much more but I can't remember!!! The views from up there were absolutely breathtaking. We walked further around to actually see the steam coming from the side of the volcano before making our way back down to the four wheel drive bus. I am soo gald we did this tour and I am also glad I did not know what was involved as I probably wouldn't have gone because of the steep climb to the top. We ...
... Capri immensely - more so because we got to meet a lovely couple from Perth, Lindsay and Heather. We also got to chat the other people in our tour group, a lovely bunch of people all from Australia. We all have decided that meeting people was possibly the best thing about the tour! Amalfi - the arrival took almost two hours to travel 22 miles from Sorrento all due to the crazy chaotic roads that wi d against the coastline! Amazing ...
... but just the odd wisp of steam and a lot of dust and rubble. Then we were off to Pompeii. I had my doubts about Pompeii thinking it might be a tourist trap, but it isn't. It's terrific! We spent over two and a half hours there, could have easily spent 4 or 5. The only issue was the swarms of guided groups that seemed to descend as if from the clouds, almost swallowing you up in their eagerness. Once you threaded your way through them all was good. An excellent visit, ...
... the largest ice cream in the world! I'm serious - the cone was of a normal size but they piled so much ice cream on the top it took a good twenty minutes to eat it (including finding some shade to stop it from melting too quickly). It was gorgeous. I visited the Amalfi naval history museum after that. If I say that the best part of it was the free toilet, that probably tells you all you need to know. Next came Ravello, a one ...
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- Free parking