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... parts of the city and then we hopped on the larger bus which was one of three routes.
This route had a stop near the Archaeological Museum so we hopped off and went there for a look. We got there at just after 10:00 AM and were there for about 3.5 hours and we rushed it. It was amazing and no Museum I ever go to again will come within a bull's roar of this place. It cost us the princely sum of 13 Euro each and 5 Euro ...
After breakfast in Sorrento, we took the train into crazy Naples to experience their pizza, coffee and people. We caught a bus to a main walking street called Via Toledo and took one of the longest funiculars in the world up to the Castel Sant'Elmo with a great panoramic view. Back down in the city we stopped for beer and ...
... year. We saw the plaster casts of the people and the paintings all over there walls that were preserved. We saw the public baths, the food serving benches, the temples, the basilica, the theatre, the brothels - you name it! The tour finished and we wandered around ourselves for a while. We were stuck with stuff to do because we had planed on climbing the volcano but it was shut so we tried to fill in some time. Out in the hot sun all day, we ...
... wanted to use to contextualise the visits to the sites yesterday and tomorrow. Now, I want to make it clear from this point, my dear reader, that I don't like Naples, not one bit. It is renound for being dirty, noisy and chaotic, and it lives up to this reputation perfectly. There is a smell of encrusted filth in the air that is unpleasant. The stalls and hustle and bustle could be more at home in the Souk of Marrakech than a modern European city. That is unfair, ...
... be quite a mistake as the ticket inspector asked me to hand over 18 euros, the fee changed if you hadn't purchased the reservation off of the train, it also turns out that the train was booked, fortunately a couple of people had missed it so Bridget and I were able to find two spare seats.
Once in Naples we waited over half an hour at the train station for the metro train to take us where we needed. Walking out of the underground we were confronted by a ...