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... last town of my massive Napoli Superhike, a hike that has beat all my records—number of towns visited, kilometres walked, memories created, photos taken, hours spent on the road… It’s been an amazing 17 days. And with that, I reluctantly head down to the station and catch my train back to Napoli. I didn’t make it all the way around Vesuvius. I guess that means I’m going to have to come back some day and hike Greater Napoli some ...
... earthquake bradyseism dell'irpinia1980. On March 2, 1970 due to bradyseism, the ground rose a few inches every day and to stay in those homes inhabited continuously for two thousand years had become too dangerous. So that was the last day of 1970 in which anyone lived in the Pozzuoli Rione Terra, before the forced eviction imposed by the Ministry of the Interior and the National Civil Protection, the residents were forced to evacuate ...
... 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 ...
... of course helps to watch and plot against the dogs Wendy to one side of us and new dog Fillippo on the other!)
4) follow mommy around house as she tidy's up, then lay in my special spot in office to watch mommy work
5) wake up, jump unto desk and bat at mommy's hands as she types OR try to bite telephone cord if mommy is on the phone.
6) go back to sleep
7) catch bugs or flies if they've come into house ( daddy says that's my primary job)
8) i must ...
... yet more stairs but these were rickety, steep and narrow. The whole thing that redeemed the whole experience was a very good breakfast served on a long table so you got to chat with other guests.
We dumped our stuff and headed out to explore knowing we only had the one night here. We decided to avoid the main road and walk on the street parallel to it. What could go wrong? You would think we would learn. Naples is also a medieval city ...
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