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... We asked for his recommendation on a pizza and he gladly dropped us off and explained the way back to the ship.
We strolled the old and narrow stone streets nearby until it was time for lunch. The old restaurant had a huge wood burning oven, visible from the street. This was the place. We each had our own pizza and, having lots of time left in the day, we sat and enjoyed every morsel, then waddled back to the ship.
... lay forgotten for more then 1500 years. My favourite old site so far! Probably because it is the most intact & preserved by the ash & mud. The ruins are still being excavated today- buildings, spas, brothels, shops, theatres, artwork, mummified bodies etc... You could spend all day exploring this city. We were only there for a couple of hours. Would definitely go back here, fascinating place. The Romans were ...
... big deal is. I then managed to find my way to the museum (another amazing feat that was worthy of a photo). It took me a little while to find the entrance (haha) and when I did there was a sign saying which exhibitions were open (at least I assumed that's what it was) and the pompei casts one was closed; there was one on Vesuvius open but I would have only had an hour anyway and the main exhibition I wanted to see was closed so I decided to make my way back to ...
... time, Keith and Billy, could have cared less about - only the best pizza in the world. Allow me to explain why.
It was extremely hot - busy, people were everywhere, and one little incident that I have yet to fully believe as indicated by my partner Keith. You see, we were crossing one of the streets in Napoli (BTW there are no street signs in Napoli - I’m referring to the ones with the little green and/or red stick ...
... where Lucilla ate as a university student. The mozzarella-slabbed thin crust pizza melted in our mouths, a taste I shan't soon forget, created in one of the smallest commercial kitchens I've seen in awhile. Then we ambled through the Piazza Sette Septembre where the 19th revolutionary Guiseppe Garabaldi proclaimed a united Italy with Victor Emmanuel II as its first king. We continued on, skirting the ...