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... that veers back into a Napoli neighbourhood, the first of many wrong turns I will take today. So I end up missing Casavatore, and take another road north to Casoria where I finally reach a sign that reads “Napoli” with a huge pile of trash bags piled up right next to it. I can resist the photo opportunity. I’m half tempted to use this as my official Napoli photo with a caption “Welcome to Napoli!” but that wouldn’t be ...
... can distinguish some of the most exclusive hotels and restaurants on the island. Back on the Via San Rocco, continuing into the district of Callias you reach the street named after Marcello Scotti, a very learned priest victim of the Bourbon in 1799. In this way some of the buildings are lined with beautiful gardens, which the nobles were built in seventeenth-century style in the most beautiful creek of "Chiaia". Among the buildings on the left, there is a church dedicated to St. ...
Day 1 - Very early start to the day to get on the bus and head down to Pompeii. Had a tour of the ancient city of Pompeii, which was very interesting and beautiful and amazing how certain things had still remained after so so many years. Like painting on the walls, and how people had worked out what was what within the town, like there was plenty of bakeries and even a brothel. The brothel was funny, as there was pictures on the walls like a ...
... an even longer day of travel from Sorrento, via Pompeii for a tour of the famous ancient ruins. I have the worst memories of Naples, from the first time I arrived on a bus, and nearly an hour outside of Naples, I asked a local sitting next to me if the haze and campfire smell was Mount Etna, only to be told "No, that's how the air in Naples is." I remember waking up in the middle of my first night in Naples, hyperventilating, and even considering packing up and leaving at 3 ...
... of northside Napoli. So I look for another street to go back on—where I finally find a more pleasant, traditional “downtown” Casavatore… and then look for a road heading north.
Here I make my second wrong turn: instead of taking the road to the next town, I end up on a long, boring industrial stretch that skips the next 2 towns altogether… I try to find an alternate way, but only meet with dead ends…