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... Rafaelle told me he would like to give some nice cake (in a lilting Italian accent). I initially declined but he insisted and he chatted with me while I had a small lovely treat and we shared a non-alcoholic drink. Just as we were finishing up Taylor walked in and was able to have some too. Rafaelle said that sweets are good for your heart. I agree - they make me happy!! That's the end of the day. We were tired but ...
... Ken was a bit subdued and we couldn't make head or tail of his directions to the mountain. I think we just freak out with driving and all other skills and common sense switch off.
Went off the wrong exit but still found signs to the mountain, the roads were big enough for a small car one way, but again we were confronted with oncoming traffic, blind corners, not the way we wanted our morning to start.
We found the ...
... of sweets, jam filled croisants, cold meats and cheese. No toast in sight! We recovered our car from the underground garage after meandering through the vegetable and fish market again. All the hollering between vendors was a show in itself. Our destination today was a B&B in Pompei, supposedly a 10 minute walk to the ruins. We arrived after a short 40 minute drive to find the nicest accommodations we have encountered since we left the ...
... the postcards and obligatory fridge magnet (note to self - need bigger fridge) and walked to the new town of Pompei.
The town is very clean and the locals friendly, however the lack of tourists was evident with restaurants and cafes nearly empty and streets very quiet. Even the campsite which ...
I have been looking forward to Naples since the cruise I was on with my parents. There is a pizza place called Da Michele, here is the website : http://damichele.net/index.php?section= home. Basically this is a world famous pizza place that usually has a line out the door. It is recommended in almost all travel books for true authentic Napoli pizza, and was also the same pizza place that is in the book and movie Eat, Pray, Love. This pizza is to die for, Rochelle took me there last ...