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Today was the last day of our first tour. We drove to the Royal Palace of Caserta in Naples... This place is immense with 1,200 rooms We had high expectations as a local guide we had had on a previous excursion had told us "better than Versailles!" mmmmmmm....well... Maybe only because this was Italian and he was a very proud Italian. The rooms we …
The morning started rather ominously as a thunderstorm rolled over. I lay in bed a tad concerned as to how we might manage rolling our bags in the storm to the station... luckily it stopped raining in time. It was hard enough rolling over cobblestones.
We had been to the station the previous day in order to rehearse what we would encounter …
... we see a show.
Today was another early start – our ship docked at 8am and we were scheduled to join our tour group at 8:15. This unfortunately meant incorporating into our morning program an alarm set for 7am. Being woken at such an early hour! How did we cope with early starts at home? Of course we will get used to it again.
All went quite smoothly and we were soon with our tour group, walking from the port terminal to our coach. There before us were ...
Today we were off to Naples, And saying good bye to Venice. We got up at 7:20, had showers, packed, cleaned and were off! The weather was a bit off, raining, cold and gloomy. But we were so thankful that the streets weren't up to our ankles with water and we could roll our suitcases easily. We got to the bus stop and thankfully a bus was waiting, we paid for our tickets and were on the bus and at the airport in less than 30 minutes. Getting on the plane didn't take too long and ...
... the like but come to a big gate.
Simon got in the line for the tickets. I got in the line for the Bancomat (ATM), as we needed some cash!!
Simon got the tickets and we headed on in. We never got a map or information guide. Woops! But there was a map on a sign that we just got photos of so we knew where to go and what we had seen or not seen and what things were.
We headed over through the gate. It was so... surreal. Walking into an ancient city. ...