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... ancient wall… avoiding the train station… up over a pediestrian unfriendly overpass/interchange…
Here I find myself in an ugly, semi-abandoned section of the city with what look like were once beautiful historical buildings with grand columns, now abandoned and ignored… But fortunately the city does come back to life again, and I find myself in a dense, working class neighbourhood, with two storey houses packed tightly together and ...
Can you believe we went to Naples today!! It has been 31 years and I hated it last time and found it dirty and unfriendly and scary. Craig really wanted to go in to see the Archaeological Museum and was very organized. We went by train – there was some problem and we were a bit late. The taxi ride was fine and the Museum was truly excellent. There were many beautiful statues – some so BIG. Have a look at the photos – I was used for scale and it is ...
... Evidently there are 170km of tunnels caves and aqueducts. The tunnels were dug by the Greeks to get building blocks. They were enhanced by the Romans to bring water to the city. They were shut down during a breakout of the plague in the 1800's and used as hard garbage drop off centres via the wells at ground level in 1900's. They were then opened up as air raid shelters during WW2. Now Naples is not your Swiss or ...
... hostel. That was a ******* nightmare. It's raining and there was what looked like big construction in the center of the piazza so I walked all the way around it trying to get to the tram line to get to the hostel. I finally found it and thought I was at the right stop but I didn't know the name of the stop I was supposed to get off at and the instructions said the tram was the number 1 heading towards columbo(?) but the number 1 tram came and it Said something different so I lugged ...
... crust pizzas are between 4 and 6 euro each and would feed a small army. By this point Neils Jorn and I had both vowed NO MORE DOUGH and each ordered the antipasto plate (prosciutto, buffalo mozzarella and arugula and tomato salad (NJ's came with artichokes). The others ordered various pizzas. The walls display a wide variety of medals and plaques from various pizza making competitions. The large window across from our table is ...
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