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... Williams, Graham Greene, Jacqueline Kennedy, Leonard Bernstein and Sara Teasdale (who mentioned it in her prefatory dedication in Love Songs). Every year in the summer months, the "Ravello Festival" takes place. It began in 1953 in honour of Richard Wagner, who signed the guestbook of his local hotel with the words "The magical garden of Klingsor is found" suggesting that it was in Ravello that the composer found the inspiration for his Parsifal. There ...
After a not so restful night in our small cabin beds, we arrived in Naples. (The beds weren't that bad, but narrow, so every time you turned you woke up!) Drove around Naples to reach hotel where we had breakfast, before going to Pompeii. It was a pleasant day, with nice weather, which made it much nicer to see. Quite something to imagine the thriving metropolis Pompeii was. We saw the brothel, with the frescos on the wall depicting the services ...
... like it has this smug "yeah, I did that" energy. Felt a little spooked to think that at anytime this f'er can blow again. Please don't. : \
There are a handful of stray dogs living in the ruins of Pompeii. Made me think of the cat sanctuary back in Rome. I felt sad for them but they looked happy sleeping in the sunny spots.
Made my way back to Naples. Stopped to grab my pack and headed to the harbor to board ...
... Over several hours, a few bottles of wine and lots of laughs, we consumed a wonderful dinner. Starting with antipasta, salad, pasta, meat and dessert. Everything was delicious and plentiful. All for the price of 30 euros per person, I think this was our least expensive meal of the trip! The bus ride back down was not quite as bad because it was dark and we couldn't see too ...
When we got off the train in Napoli, we had a driver of some sort that was supposed to pick us up and take us to our place in Positano. I heard it was about an hour and a half drive. The man's name was Ugo, and he was the friendliest, funniest person I had met so far. He was dressed really nicely in a dress shirt and sweater, and it was obvious that he was the boss of the company. He asked the Whole family for our names and age, and then began to call my dad ...