Hotel Garibaldi Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Berrocas which we'd run out of a few days ago. Walking to the restaurant for lunch reminded me so much of our stay in Monterosso - with lemon trees growing in the gardens. Lunch started with cannelloni, followed by chicken pamagania and finished with the lightest lemon sponge I have ever tasted! We shared the lunch table today with an American couple and a teacher, also from America. They were all lovely and we had a great conversation with them! After lunch we were driven ...
... car park where our top box mean the car wouldn't go. A nice restaurant owner offered us parking on his site and was amazed when we came back to give him some money for parking.
Herculaneum is a small site, much smaller than Pompeii. The whole area was covered by 15m of mud and ash preserving the buildings but I'm afraid killing hundreds, although far fewer than Pompeii. I liked it far more then Pompeii since one got a real sense of how the town was, with docks, shops ...
... of our desires yet. We plod along desperately hoping each street will be the one, until there it was, and there was the queue stretching down the road and into the distance. We obviously didn't appreciate how lucky we were last time. Drat, double drat and triple drat we didn't have time to wait for this and disappointment, mixed with hunger turned our feet to lead as we walked away. However, remember we had gone down a side alley and seen an abandoned church, well across ...
... while explaining things, and it was quite hilarious to see. Pompeii has been one of the highlights of my trip - it was simply amazing! Pictures don't do it justice. Walking down the old cobbled streets, seeing perfectly preserved houses and temples, it was so easy to imagine how it must've been 2000 years ago! We did an audio tour, and I got pretty lost trying to find all the different numbered spots, but all in all got a good feel for the village. Just the fact that you can ...
... our way back down the mountain to the port far below. On reaching the funicular our tickets had expired so had to purchase some more before boarding for the return journey.
Back at sea level we made our way back to the ship with plenty of time to spare before re embarkation time but with no energy left for any more exploring. Dinner and a show put on by the cruise singers and dancers was all the energy we had left to do before calling the end to another day in ...