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... check out its towering cathedral and peaceful plaza in front, before taking a stroll down its cozy main street, all lit up with Christmas decorations. A bit of an after-climax, but pleasant nonetheless. And then, before I know it, I’m in the next town, Scafati… and I decide to call it a day… I catch the bus back to Napoli, eager to come back tomorrow and continue on where I dropped off. After nearly 70 kilometers of hiking, I feel like I’m just getting ...
... called it). But it was a nice location, where we did some people watching. It was actually here that I saw what I think will be the most Italian thing I will see on this trip: Italian police man with his Italian police Vespa. Literally, it had a little siren on the back and everything. Classic. With that we had an early one again, because tomorrow we are walking again and we need all the energies we can get for ...
... zucchini, potato croquettes and delicious deep fried rice balls called arancini (one variety with a tomato sauce and the other with cheese). So after this “light” snack we continued on, again taking our time to enjoy the city as we moved to our next stop.
This time we stopped at a more traditional sit down restaurant and were treated to more of a standard Napolitano dinner menu. We started with a delicious broth soup that had pork sausage, ...
... gelato. Too full to need dinner that night. I convinced EV to go on short night walk around piazza del popolo and up steps to see city at night. The view from the start of the villa borghese ( just up steps near our apartment ) was really good. You could see right across to the Vatican and massive monument to the first king at palazza Venezia. It was really nice early in the morning too when no one else was around. Monday we did tourist ...
... mountain top village of Revello, and enjoying dinner at the famed, Orient - Express hotel Caruso. We were there last year, for the first time, and now know when we are in Amalfi, we will go here for dinner. The singing, "Dean Martin-ish", maitre de was still there, but our dining room was different. Last year we were in a roof-top terrace garden, with sensational airplane height views. This year, we were seated in the small, lovely main dining room, but were not next to ...