Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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... counter costs about 1 Euro. We always drink "Italiano Style" now.
After we got back in the van, it was back on the road and headed to Sorrento. This was starting to feel like hit and run tourism as we only really had time for lunch here. We all decided to eat together and headed towards a pizzeria recommended by Catia. Naples is supposed to have the best pizza but Sorrento was going to have to do. It was pretty ...
... was an excellent find that deserved a mention on the map. We continued to walk around fascinated by some of their souvenir shops. They sold statues of all the different popes, fake chiles to hang for good luck, statues of Mary, miniature Cathedrals, Cathedrals in snow domes, you name it they had it. Not many people buying though so we don't know how all these shops (more than 20) selling exactly the same things stay ...
... explore the Amalfi Coast, the area along the rugged Italian coast just south of us. The road clings to the side of the cliffs as do the houses. Every twist and turn brought out oohs and aahs from everyone aboard the bus and our skillful driver navigated the narrow roadways with ease, despite the passing of vehicles that mathematically shouldn't be possible. The roads are narrow to begin with and then people park cars on the side so at times only one vehicle can fit and it becomes a ...
... groups and many of them sleeping on the roads - it was quite intimidating when we arrived walking to our hotel - especially given the reputation that Naples has for such a high crime rate.
We decided to have McDonalds in our room on our first night!
The next day we headed out early to catch the train to Pompeii which is about 40minutes away from Naples it self. We saw some stunning scenary ...
... a hundred thousand times as much energy as the Hiroshima atomic bomb. Massive pyroclastic flows engulfed the two cities (and a number of others), and the eruption is held to have caused around 16,000 deaths. Many of those who died in Pompeii were overcome so quickly that they barely had time to run. These unfortunate people are one of the more morbidly unique artefacts at Pompeii. Their bodies were engulfed in hot ash, which then cooled, leaving a hard outer shell. ...