Hotel Fontana Bleu
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... if it’s really going to be possible to hike from town to town to town, like the map seems to imply, or if I’m just going to end up stuck on some miserable road with no shoulder, like happened in Fiumicino two days ago. I want to see if I can pull off a Napoli Superhike or not.
And so today I’m going go to the coastal boulevard and just start walking… bypassing the grittier claustrophobic neighborhoods, past the round tower and remnants ...
... modern. They could do a bit more with the breakfast part but that's minor! The only thing on our Naples agenda for the day was Napoli Sotteraneo and a Pizza Napoli! The underground tour commenced in the centre of the old city so it was a case of ambling through the narrow Naples streets to the centre of town. We joined the English tour which is lucky because Chris wouldn't have understood the Italian one. It was ...
... but after a couple of minutes I found them and a guy helped me validate my ticket. Once I was on the train I was a little adrenalin pumped and felt like I was going to cry from nerves but I was okay. The guy sitting across from me helped me put my bag in the racks and I've been sitting her now for 2 hours and 20 minutes haha - I moved seats about 20 minutes ago to get more room and a window seat. I am getting hungry I shouldn't have thrown out my packet of biscuits :( Well. Just got ...
... called Di Matteo's. We were a little shocked to find it was nothing more than a hole in the wall joint with a street front take-out counter.
The circus begins: We were seated on the upper level after of course climbing more steep STAIRS. We are the only ones seated in this area at this point. Wine is about $3.50 per bottle and is served in small flimsy plastic disposable cups like you would find in a hotel bathroom. ...
... very possible on our own. And Dan was game. Since we were up and at 'em for the 7am docking, we dressed and ate an early breakfast on the back of the boat overlooking the city. Several of the main attractions are right off the port and it would have been an interesting day to stroll to 3 castles (2 of them from the 1200's), a royal palace, a basilica, and the Bourbon Tunnel/museum. But NOOOOOO, we decided to hoof it to the train ...
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