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... where we are headed but we keep an eye on the time to ensure we can make it back in the allotted time. We find ourselves on a small beach with a spectacular view of Positano. We park ourselves in small bar and enjoy a couple of cold beers before attempting the ascent back up to the top. Once there (no late arrivals this time) we drive further up into the mountains along a narrow road that switches back and forth offering glimpses of the gorgeous coastline ...
Docked in 'old Napoli' on a day of brilliant sunshine. I was off the ship early at 8am and it was already blisteringly hot. Photo taken on the pier with a crew member in a chefs uniform wielding a giant pizza. A bit further along I was accosted by another member of the crew dressed up as a sailor. When I protested that I had already been snapped with the pizza guy he grabbed me around the waist and said 'well no problemo, now one for the ...
... received a tap on the shoulder, when I turned around a little old lady told me to come and take photos out her window, she then explained that we would be shortly coming around a corner and then we would be able to see their beautiful village Formia. When it appeared it was stunning, I was unable to capture it though as the setting sun was shinning on the dirty window making heavy reflections. The couple were very proud of their village and continued to chat (in broken English) ...
... questions, I love sharing with everyone what my life is like over here. Naples is a crazy city and I really hope more friends and family can come visit while I’m over here. I already have all of my travel booked for this fall and include trips to Sicily, Munich, Vienna, Bratislava, London, Paris, Poland, Rome (twice!), and Milan. I’ll be spending Christmas in Germany with Mom and Dad and New Years in Naples with the whole family before I know it! :) ...
... east-west thoroughfare bisecting the city center. Thus Spaccanapoli Street provides both the ancient and modern pilgrim a convenient cross section of neapolitan reality. The street name means to split Napoli in half. Neapolis in the Roman period, like all other Roman cities, towns, colonies and villages, was laid out in a grid format created by our Hellenic city planner friend Hippodamus and popularized by ...