Hotel des Artistes Naples
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... started walking down the row of smokey pizza ovens. We quickly worked out that each of them were essentially doing three pizzas and most were variations on a theme. Margherita (tomato and cheese), Marinara (essentially a garlic olive oil pizza), and then some kind of meat one. One place was proudly flying a bed sheet with some kind of handwritten sign on it. We stopped and talked to the waitress about it and found out that this was this year's champion. End of ...
... ruins was fairly empty of most people. The tours had finished, so just lonesome tourists. We saw a lot of places we missed out before, and I think they had unearthed more of the ruins. There was a villa which was restored and the frescos were copied as they had found them , and the mosaic floor redone as well. Just beautiful and awe inspiring. There must be so much still to discover.
Left the ruined city and had a ...
... to Des Moines with an arrival time tonight of 11:45PM. It will actually be Tuesday May 6th by the time we get to our house since it will be after midnight. We will be traveling for more 24 hours as we were at the airport at 7:00 AM which was midnight Sunday night Central time, of course up way before that. Obviously this is always the hardest and most depressing part about these adventures. Well that and the fact that we have to go to work Tuesday morning, without any sleep and I ...
... I wouldn't have missed it. Then onto Naples, a large but poor city. We didn't go though the city but just to the docks where we were to take a ferry (45 minutes) across to Capri. Oh I forgot to mention before. If you are staying less than 3 nights, you can only have one bag per room. So the night before we had to split our bags, so that one came with us to Capri and the other went straight to Sorrento hotel. There had been a problem with the ...
... delicious cheese on the planet. My life was changed forever.
The next morning, Nikol and I packed up our things and headed back to the airport. I stopped in Duty-Free and bought a giant bottle of Limoncello, and boarded the plane. The next thing we knew, we were back at work in Prague - slightly sunburned, full of pizza, and a few pairs of shoes heavier.