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Thankfully for our Italian SIM card, we had internet access and could look up the address of our hostel and track the course that the cabbie was taking because he wasn't quite sure of the address. We got there with no worries though the the driver seemed nice. That is until he tried to double our fare, saying that he had to add on tax and bag fees! The taxi metre displayed a fee of €7, Dane handed him and €20 note and the taxi driver wanted to give ...
... a real joy as we have wandered about as our fancy takes us, stopping for a 'bite to eat,’ an ice cream, a drink or coffee.
We boarded our coach around 3:30 for an hour’s drive back to Naples and our ship. As we alighted from the coach there we saw the literature stand again, but this time with a different set of brothers. Again we were delighted to catch up with our spiritual brothers and sisters. We returned to our ship, reflecting on another very nice day together. ...
... of call. We walk through Naples or if we stop at Salerno, we hire a car or taxi or tour group and go to Paestum. We are definitely docking in Naples, so it’s the unguided Naples tour, now flashback two years…
It is our first time in Europe and we have just picked up the car in Rome and we are heading toward Sorrento for our time on the Sorrentine peninsula. We are in a car with the wheel on the wrong side and we are travelling on the wrong side of the ...
... an eye. An entire population, an entire city, an entire community pulverised by a volcano's deadly eruption.
On this street were houses. We walked past and peered in, you couldn't go into these ones.
After spending time in awe and wonder we came out onto a flat part, that as we would find out later, lead to the exit. We saw a sign warning people not to touch stray dogs. The poor things, must just want some cuddles and attention!! Soon enough, we would see ...
... called Di Matteo's. We were a little shocked to find it was nothing more than a hole in the wall joint with a street front take-out counter.
The circus begins: We were seated on the upper level after of course climbing more steep STAIRS. We are the only ones seated in this area at this point. Wine is about $3.50 per bottle and is served in small flimsy plastic disposable cups like you would find in a hotel bathroom. ...