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... with a quick visit to Sorrento. A beautiful quaint little village which was full of tourists and cafés. A delightful little place we would have liked to have spent more time in. Another place on our 'return to list'! On our way back, we stopped off at Pompeii. Is was another amazing piece of history which deserves at least two days to wander around and marvel at. Researchers believe that the town was founded in the seventh or sixth century BC by the Osci ...
... Tiramisu. How they could not do Coffee and Icecream is a bit weird. The service in Naples is much more like what we had had elsewhere in Europe. It must be just in Roma they 'just do not care'.
The receptionist at the hotel had told us the main starting point for the 'Hop on Hop Off ' Buses
was not far away so we went and looked at the options. We had time to do 2 circuits so we did the Historical one and then the scenic one which took us out to ...
... with a view of Mount Vesuvius. It was a major port on the Mediterranean Sea, and was safe from the infamous eruption of Mt. Vesuvius that buried Pompeii in ash. We toured a complex that would have been the equivalent of an ancient spa. A place with lodging, dining, and thermal baths.
I started the morning on the beach. We had a few minutes to spare before getting on the bus to head ...
... I was searching for my stop. She had white hair pulled back into a bun, stooped over with age, tiny as a doll, and took baby steps while leaning on a cane. I paid her no attention as I simply passed her by. Suddenly, she grabbed my hand and asked me where I was going. Surprised, I told her I was looking for the SITA bus stop heading to Amalfi. She gasped and informed me that the last bus for the day was leaving very soon and that she would show me where the stop is, ...
... people out for their New Year’s stroll, and a cheerful, family centered park.
I guess you shouldn’t judge a city by it’s train station… actually, on this side of town Napoli feels like a very pleasant, cheerful city.
With no real reason to turn around, I keep going… even as the boulevard burrows through the hillside for several hundred meters. On the other side, the venerable structures drenched in history ...