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... back to the ship where he finds them gathered waiting for us. All 13 us of use are all soon aboard. That’s Me, Peter, Joyce & Jerry, Dennis & Gail, Marcia & Steve, Susan and family of 3 from Alberta, Canada whose names I don’t recall. A real nice group of people though. We head out of the port and skirt around the Bay of Naples in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. This is the gloomiest morning of the cruise so far with low lying ...
... Pompeii we said goodbye to Sonya and Dad Davidson for a few days as they headed to Sorrento instead of to Rome with us as we didn't think Dad Davidson would like Rome very much and I had wanted a fair few days there to look around when we had originally booked it all. Then we drove for about 3 hours to Rome. We ended up having to have our packs in with us cause the boot was a little to small for the amount of bags we had! I couldn't see Sim for most of the drive! After Rach and ...
... a little annoying these past few days simply because parking has been such a difficulty (as was evidenced by our attempt to go into town for dinner tonight, only to abandon our first pick of a restaurant due to a lack of parking availability -- or at least, my lack of confidence trying to parallel park a very stiff car with impatient Italian motorists and scooterists behind me).
The museum was very well put together, ...
... were street vendors selling all sorts of touristy items though the surroundings were definitely not the fancy tourist area. We meandered along for a while, stopping to get amazing Nutella gelato which must have been 80% Nutella and Granita which is like icy slushies. So good and because it was super hot we bought so many of them and bottles of water. Soon it was time for our first bit of pizza which was of course delicious and a journey underneath an ancient ...
... info desk eventually gives me a map and a station number. I arrive in a dingy grey place and find the hostel up a sadistically large flight of steps. There are bars on the windows and security cameras monitered from the desk. Naples so far seems ugly and grey, and as I'm only here to use it as a base to see Herculaneum it's not likely I'll have a chance to fall in love with it. I'm looking forward to seeing Herculaneum tomorrow, then kicking off to Rome the next day ...