Hotel San Pietro
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From Rimini we took the train down to Naples. The main point of coming here was to see Pompeii so we only had one full day here.
Our airbnb host doesnt really speak english but she went through a map with us and wrote a list of all the things to see. We headed out the first afternoon to look around. Its a very busy city where we are staying. Lots of narrow streets filled with apartments and people selling stuff on the sidewalk. The road ...
... a taxi to our hotel. The taxi ride was a bit of an eye opener as the areas surrounding the main city center are quite gritty and the main city center is not like Rome at all. The community within Naples is very artsy and there is graffiti EVERYWHERE, some of which is beautiful. The smell of the ocean and the light ocean breeze is a nice contrast to Rome.
Our hotel is AMAZING! The courtyard as you enter is inviting and we can ...
... with highlighters representative of different categories. The orange was for walking on, the green was for looking at and the purple was the dodgy areas to keep away from. He was passionate about Naples and you could feel it. We had planned to stay for two nights in Naples, moving down the coast to then stay in Pompeii, followed by the Amalfi Coast but we ended up staying in Naples for four nights and doing day trips out to the other places instead. Our first day in Naples ...
... free when he heard I was going into the water! And so we did. We waited about an hour after the sun came out to let the water get a bit warm and then just dived in. The beach was far too pebbly so the best bet was to dive off the rocky edge right it. Oooooooooh it was crisp! Chilly too! But brilliant. Fairly soon though the silly sun disappeared and it started getting reaaaaally cold. In about half an hour we were both ready to call it quits. We ran out ...
... a natural arch, through which the views of Positano below were unbelievable We then set out along the twisting roads (still fun driving with the gear stick on the wrong side) towards Sorrento With our hotel 100 feet above the water (that's directly down) and a balcony looking over Naples bay we can see mount Vesuvius I'm the far distance ...