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... men 'hung out' together, on pavements. Men of lots of different ages. I'm not sure where all the women were? Roads were a constant hazzard, with motorbikes and scooters shooting around all over the place, in which I can only compare to the crazy streets of Hanoi in Vietnam. I didn't always feel wholey safe, to be honest. We walked to Capella Sanservero, which was just off a nice square in Spaccanapoli, where we later watched the very best one-man-band and ate pizza. There were ...
... up the middle - would be quite frustrating for the drivers! We did walk up to the top of the road on our last day and there are apartments and houses, so of course cars need to get thru. Lots of nice little shops, and we found a gelato place (of course). Got some gelato, admired the waterfront and the nighttime lights, then wandered back to the room to relax.
There was quite a thunder and lightening storm that night, and I ...
... br> Jacquita is an avid admirer of Caravaggio and seeks out his paintings at every chance. We went to the Pio Monte della Misercordia to see the 7 Acts of Mercy painting by Caravaggio and got to see it just before closing. (being Sunday, closing was at 2) More walking, more shopping, (still haven't bought anything) more walking..a stop for a gelato or coffee..and on to Via Toledo where our Funicular station was. We happened to be passing ...
... group. A couple of which shouldn't have been on the tour. It was marked as a "strenuous" tour, yet there were two people in the group with walking difficulties. One of them was a gentleman who brought his daughter and 15 year old grandson on this trip as a reward for the grandson graduating with honours from middle school. He told his grandkids that if they graduated with honours, he would take them wherever in the world they would like to go. Something worth considering doing ...
... dropped us off to walk around for awhile. It was a nice town, with narrow streets filled with shops an lots of tourists.
The winery that we went to was a family winery called Sorrentinos. It was at the base of Mt. Vesuvius. The grapes are grown in volcanic soil. We had a great lunch overlooking Pompeii and tasted several of their wines.
It was a great day!