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... snuck under the barricade at Castle Nuovo so that we could steel a peak at the view from the top floor. Naples was different to any other Italian city we'd spent time in. It was grungy and grimy and I loved it! We ate pizza, gnocchi and gelato and drank beer overlooking the harbor. Over the course of the day we must've walked about 20kms! We were stuffed by the end of the day!
Back to the hostel we had chats with some other travelers, Fabrizio from Brazil and Sebastian ...
... Next, on a return trip from Capri several days later, we wanted to return to Naples earlier. Although we had been told by the ticket agent we could return at an earlier time, the ferry operator refused because the "Don" on the Capri pier was not allowing people to move up their return trips without paying a $3.00 per person charge. Finally, I was walking down the street to go on a tour when a guy on a moped pulled up in front of me at a ...
... bikes are ridden by 10 year olds! It's mad and chaotic but it's real. We went out shopping for boots and sandals. I found sandals and not boots. We then went out for tea and wandered back through the back lanes of the old centre and popped in to the Chiesa Gesu Nuova - what an incredibly beautiful church. We have really enjoyed Napoli - it is rough diamond but very welcoming. Tomorrow we fly to Catania, pick up our car and start our Sicilian ...
Took city bus and train to the excavation city, Pompeii. On August 24, 79 AD. Mt. Vesuvius erupted and spread ash and rocks on top of the entire existence of Pompeii, which was an established, upper class resort town. Tour showed houses, temples, stadium, pools, fast food counters, brothels- included were "directions to the brothels". Saw many artifacts, including casted people who were perished in the ...
... day we went to Pompeii. Let me start off by saying that from all of the exercising I have done in my life, I have never been in so much pain than I was in from horseback riding. It was a little difficult to walk up and down the rocky stones of Pompeii while being in so much pain, but we made it through. This place was literally huge; we wandered around for a while, but we ended up wishing that we have gotten the audio guide ...