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... trudge on—as there’s no public transportation in these parts… I’ve got to make it to the main commuter station on the Napoli-Salerno route. 1146. Christmas Eve stuck in a Train Tunnel (Italy 123) Angri, December 24, 2011 Day 062: 7 hours, 2.9 kms, Day: 15.9 kms After crossing the freeway I reach Angri, a large town where I get off the dreary main road and into a well lit, charming old town. It looks like I just missed a party, with plastic cups ...
Wow! A very pleasant and interesting day for us. Up early and on the street to get back to the train station. A five minute walk at most. I am really pleased with my hotel choice. I knew the area from when I travelled here in '09 but stayed at a different hotel. This one had free tea, coffee and croissants. Perfect for a snack. We haven't been eating that much because you eat constantly on the plane and it takes a while to get back to ...
... the gelato itself tasted almost like a white chocolate pistachio combination, it was super creamy and had a very intense flavor. Luckily we were assured this was our last actual food stop on the tour, and since there’s always room for ice cream we managed to get by (just barely though).
We ended our tour at the huge Piazza Plebiscito which was originally built to honor Napoleon but since Napoleon was sent into exile before it could be completed it was ...
... proper town has had very little done to it in centuries. Of course they now have plumbing and electricity but the original medieval town with tiny lanes and winding paths where no car can travel still exists. We were warned not to go too far into these lanes because they are a labyrinth and it would be easy to get lost. Eventually you would make your way out because it is not a huge town, but it might take some time. Only about 900 people live in old Assisi. Everyone else lives down ...
... to three the rain would stop. Good enough! On to Pompeii we go. The wood carvings would still be there if things didn't work out.
We took the train 40 minutes away from Sorrento and talked with a couple that lived in Las Vegas. They reminded us how lucky we are to live in a city with culture (their words, not ours). Upon arrival we stepped over massive puddles to get to the entrance. I was excited about our decision ...