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... wine. It was so tasty and we were certainly not disappointed in our decision to return to the same eatery
Liam came with us today, and enjoyed sitting astride a lion at the Archeological Musem, followed by a nice lunch with wine, then he rounded off the day with a stroll overlooking the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius when we all visited the Castel Nuovo down by the bay. He insists we put up the photos to prove it, so here they ...
... 278k - 299k did not feel like it. Non-stop express to Napoli left 10 mins late and the journey was only 1hr20
Coffee and snack dried cheese, stale bread, apricot juice not bad.
Scenery green we could see villages in hills, solar panel farms, cropping and plastic houses for veges?
Quite a few tunnels where we must have travelled under hills, so the track is fatter and faster.
Easy taxi to hotel, the driver asked for 20 € so we paid ...
... catch our tour into the ruins which was already an hour late :-) Pompeii was magnificent . Just walking through the ruins was a awe inspiring experience. After our tour we got back in the shuttle and home we went . Jeff and I were lucky that we were the last to be dropped off, so we got a tour of rome at night with all it's beauty and wonder! Rome is beautiful at night with all the monuments lit up. Off to bed as we again arrived late to our hotel :-) Buona ...
... regions speciality citrus fruit. We were then provided some free time to explore the town.
The mornings shopping must have got us in the mood as much of our afternoon was spent shopping. It was money well spent though as we returned to the town centre with several affordable Italian leather handbags.
As the afternoon started to creep in on us it was time to depart Sorrento for the 80km return trip to Naples. We arrived just in time for the last tender back to the cruise ...
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It was about 3 PM when I decided to move on from Maori. I hiked along the mountain roads, until my feet became too sore to continue. I saw signs to Salerno, and decided I wanted to go there. So once again, my thumb went out on the side of the road and I was picked up by a rich man that owned a 200 year ...