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... Antonio Abate, December 24, 2011 Day 062: 2 hours, 4.0 kms It’s completely dark by the time I reach the next town, where I pause to strum in a cozy little plaza. Safety is a little bit of an issue, squeezing down these narrow roads in the dark, but fortunately there’s not a lot of traffic. And then I’ve got another issue to deal with: rain—something I’ve had thankfully little of these last couple of days. I don’t have much of a choice ...
... a team playing football in the street. Cars don't have the right of way really. Down below on the waterfront cars are blocked off from what we can tell in the evening to allow people to walk in safety. There is a police presence. Tomorrow we travel four hours on a fast train to Milan and then to Lake Como to chase some heritage - my ancestors came from that region so it will be interesting to see the village where they originated ...
... and a fun way to sample the best of the dessert case as well.
As we could see the end in sight we made our way to our sixth stop of the evening, a Gelato shop along the main shopping street in the newer area of downtown Naples. This shop had all kinds of interesting and unique flavors to choose from and while I was not very adventurous in my selections, Bree did try a creamy pistachio flavor that was really interesting. The pistachios were grown in ...
... it as a nesting box. It was the name of this church that was taken and used again in the creating of the name of Los Angeles by the Spanish. It should not be surprising, given that just up the coast in the US is San Francisco. There were some on the trip who found this part deeply moving. St Francis, left his town of Assisi after his change from wealthy merchant class to a monk, and never returned. He just walked down the hill to where the poor people lived and set himself up ...
... he told us about a "wonderful" museum about the local wood carvings. Son of a !#$@%!!!! Today we were supposed to go to freaking Pompeii and it was being replaced with going to see an outdated museum about wood carvings. I'm sure the museum was lovely but I wanted to see the plaster casted bodies of people right before lava destroyed them!!! I went back to the weather reports and honed in on the 1 report out of 10 that said that ...