Hotel San Giorgio
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... Euros we could have pasta or pizza, a drink and desert. It was a decent meal at a decent price, but we noticed at least two other tour groups had made the same "deal". We still had an hour of free time so we explored Sorrento which was jammed with tourists and many more interesting looking cafes. Many of the shops had a “lemon theme” with lemon soaps, candles, and other lemon souvenirs. We were given a sample of a lemon alcoholic drink. It ...
... uncomfortable. I spent most of the ride freezing my butt off because I was sweaty from my earlier jaunt to the first station and this train did not have heat. Our train was late arriving to Naples but at least we made it.
Unfortunately our walking with backpacks was not over. We had about an hour to walk until our hostel. At least the weather was nice, right? We only got off track once when we followed the road with the same name of ...
... in frescoes but absolutely silent because I was the only tourist there and it was protected from the noise of naples by the surrounding corridors. Nice to have some peace.
Spent some more time walking about before going back to the hostel for some sleep, I want to shake this cold as soon as possible.
Tomorrow I'm planning on going to one of the islands in the Bay of naples, probably ischia as it seems the best balance between frequent ferries and ...
... I happened upon a (apparently) world famous gelateria called Gay-Odin. I treated myself to dark chocolate, ricotta pear and some kind of apricot/blood orange mixture. Forget the Italian ice and freezer burnt gelato that you know, this was just-frozen cream with imperceptible ice flakes and smooth, decadent flavour. I'm almost considering stopping on my way through to Rome. You'd think I'd be talking about pizza here, and ...
... there are some likenesses- for instance Babbo Natale is a Santa Claus figure for young children but much leaner than our American counterpart, but both bring gifts to good little kids. Although Babbo Natale (Father Christmas) and giving presents on Christmas are becoming more common, the main day for gift giving is Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas when the three Wise Men gave Baby Jesus their gifts. In Italy, presents are still brought at ...