Hotel San Pietro
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... essentially we'd walked past religion and sex hand in hand. We were pleasantly amused. About a half hour later our wait was over and we were seated in a restaurant that seemed to go back and back and back, as though the place had originally stated as a tiny hole in the wall off the street and had gradually expanded back and back through the building as popularity grew. I can tell you right now that the wait in the cold after 9pm was well worth it, the pizzas we shared ...
... some rough calculations using our map, we realized that to get to the base of the volcano on foot would take a very long time!! So we bartered with a taxi driver, and agreed on a set fee to take us halfway up to the base point, in hopes of walking from there. He dropped us off, and go figure, he screwed us over. He probably only drove us about five minutes away from where we started, and left us a very long way away from where we needed to be!! I kid you not, we ...
... went the prettier it got with Mt Vesuvius providing an interesting spectacle and then the mountainous region of Amalfi starting to come into view. Our beautiful guide Luisa educated us on the coastline including the monasteries, religious artefacts, churches and houses which cling precariously to sheer cliff face. The towns of Salerno and Amalfi are not flat and some houses can only be accessed by foot. Their income is derived from the sea - anchovies and tuna which they export to ...
Naples, another hop on/off bus tour. We find this is the best was to see as much as possible in a short time.
Ash and I had already spent a day at Pompeii, which is where most of the tour buses were heading. We didn't go into Naples then, because we knew it was one of the ports of call on our cruise.
We did want to go to the National Museum in Naples though because they have the biggest collection of artefacts ...
... the land today and think of the terrible misfortune that had occurred in this area. But we can also explore and be fascinated with how well planned this city was. I loved touring this place. It is very well preserved despite the catastrophe. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes and make sure to get the map at the entrance because it can get confusing. Buy a book or guide as well that can tell you exactly what you are looking at. The only thing that ...