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... harbor boat was going to drop us off to help with the luggage to the boat.
Manuel was at the end of the dock, helping Jim get their two very heavy bags off the boat.
Wheeling them down to the passerale, and trying to get these huge duffles up the awkwardly pitched ramp,,proved to be quite a challenge. Diane went up the passerale, and I followed... Jim and Manuel were behind me. As soon as we got the first of two bags on Milena, I saw a flash ...
... and Herculaneum were built in that century, making us realize that not much was really invented later other than the perfection of many of these systems! Structurally, many of the ruins in Naples held up in earthquakes more so than any new construction. One design was the triangular/pyramid shaped rocks that composed the walls in both places as well as the Underground City where we went after lunch.
The Underground City, off Via ...
... 11 entrance fee in to the site, it is quite a saving on the $75 Princess were asking for one of their official excursion!!
After dodging the accordion-playing gypsies who walk up and down the train asking for money we alighted the train at Ercolano.
This following incident makes sense now. As there are no immediate signs pointing to the site, an elderly gentleman approached us. I thought he called me 'Scabby’. I tried to explain they ...
... arriving in Naples, we got our car and drove to the hotel. We chose Hotel San Mauro because we stayed here two years ago. It is is in west Naples, near the airport , and we didn't have to get into Naples city traffic to drive there. It was recommended that we not drive in Naples, and I think Tom is glad he took that advice! Naples drivers are crazy! We 'll be ...
... balconies.I am sure I had seen that in a Sophia Loren movie!! We stopped for lunch in the piazza housing a tall column on top of which is a statue of St Dominic. The church dedicated to him also fronts the square. We dined appropriately at Cafe San Domenico having Insalata of tuna, tomatoes, greens and olives. Fresh and delicious.
After lunch we walked back towards the port passing the Castle Nuovo on the way.We stopped at the Terminal building ...