Travel Blogs from Aversa
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... an actual tour guide showing a couple around and listened in until he lead us to a display in the orc*********** where casts of village people who were caught in the lava were displayed. I had been told previously that most artifacts had been removed from the site and placed in a museum in Naples. This proved correct and all that is now within the site is remains of buildings. These remains date back 2000 years to BC and I believe were preserved by the molten lava ...
Day 072: 4.0 kms, 3 hours
Napoli, Vesuvius, Pompeii, Sorrento Coast, Salerno, Amalfi Coast, Caserta… all the "must see" spots of my Napoli Superhike are now finished—but there's no way I can end my hike now. Why? Because my “Superhike” is actually 4 hikes that still haven’t been connected to each other.
See, ever since I started used Google Maps to trace my hiking routes, I’ve had this thing ...
Day 065: 1 hour, 3.1 kms—25.1 total
To get to Aversa, I have to take a couple dark, lonely turns, but I never actually leave urbanized area. Soon the town comes back to life with a cozy "Old City" feel, with cobblestone alleys, beautiful plazas with fountains, and lively pedestrian only shopping ...
... its not like a cross road, but
several streets coming into the same intersection on an angle. There were
traffic lights, but somehow we couldn’t tell which direction the traffic was coming
from. Remember the cops had given up too. Ahh thats how they do it, ready set
gooooo, up onto the overpass over the autostrada getting further and further
away from the hotel block. Hmm I remember that the third star fell off our
hotel rating now.