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Travel Blogs from Naples
... a postcard. Houses on cliff right to water, a city square with a massive church. People were lined up to get in. We didn't go up. There, knees bad couldn't do the 100 stairs. Sat and had our last gelato boohoo! Walked down to water. Bought a Christmas ball for the tree. Very pretty city. Back on bus drove inland on highway. They threw in a stop at a cameo factory. Normally I don't like these stops but this ...
... tesserae) that was used for this incredible work of art, were no bigger than match heads. Absolutely mind- boggling. I think these will only be beaten by what we will see in The Roman Villa at Piazza Armerina in Sicily - but who knows? The next exhibition we saw was the retrieved painted stucco walls from villas from Pompeii and Herculaneum. We have visited Pompeii and Herculaneum a couple of times and have seen traces of stucco left on ...
... with multi-storey buildings of all ages smothering the rocky faces of the mountains and demanding amazing ingenuity in terms of their means of access. Again, these engineers and builders are bold people!!
Our hosts are on the phone to give directions then help us hassle with our somewhat irascible taxi driver about his fare! Ricardo's Mama and two family friends show us our poky little abode with ...
... hike along the rugged coastline. We got a bit lost and short of time and we`re running out of time so we cut back towards the roads on a little used path through some deep bush where we saw an enormous snake in a tree. After finding our way through the brush, we got to the road and asked a couple who were picking olives for directions. We had a very nice conversation with them. They were sorry not to be able to offer us coffee and cake ...
... up sitting next to Fatty and Skinny, 2 rude little Italian ***** who spent the whole journey taking up as much leg room as possible. Skinny was the worst and had his foot on my seat at one point. Never mind, I used his leg as a footstool so he did move it in the end. Very passive aggressive of me, I should have just waved my arms around and yelled at him to move it. We booked a cheap double room at a hotel very close to the Naples train ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed