San Giorgio Naples Hotel
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... is missing a glass panel and one of its three bulbs. There’s an obvious lack of maintenance here, similar to what we saw elsewhere as well.
We took an hour-long bus tour that took us to many different sections of the city.
High on the slopes overlooking the harbor, we saw wonderful mansions, beautifully restored from an earlier era.
But on the way back down from there, we passed blocks of apartment ...
... the calls of our stomachs reminding us that it was well and truly past lunch time, backed by the insistence of our feet that they'd had enough of this walking business over came our desire to see more of the stone city and the evidence of Roman ingenuity and opulence we left and had our first pizzas/pastas of the trip, they were pretty good, but not mind blowing. We dragged our weary butts back to the train station and by the time we were back to our apartment night had ...
... I discovered one is a journalist who has been sent to do a piece on the tour..... interesting! Wonder if she needs my help?
I"m off to fight the shower now... Bruce has already come out and warned me that it won't be a good experience.....apart from anything else - I mustn't drop the soap... the shower is so small you have to open the door to bend over.
Tomorrow is Pompeii
... about it until they got of the train at the next stop.
Eventually I arrived in Naples just on dark. Stepping out of the train station there was defiantly a dingy tinge to the place, it looked run down and a bit derelict, there was a lot of rubbish on the ground and few unsavory characters hanging around. With every zip on my bags locked with a padlock I set off for the hostel which was on the other side of the square from the train station so ...
... at the way they maneuver the large yachts. We then went to dinner at the restaurant that Paolo recommended, La scialuppa, which means lifeboat. The food was excellent and now we will be on a strict diet for the rest of our lives!
I was able to find a way for my husband to watch his beloved Syracuse Orange play Penn State live over the internet. Now that took some doing, but he was a happy man. Wake up is 5am : (