Tiberio Palace Hotel
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... Naples, like Ciro said "everything in the south I suggestion", 80% of houses are built without a permit, there is a warning system set up for if Mt Vesuvius should ever erupt again, there is a red, orange & green zone, if the start he evacuation he is not sure how will leave first if all ! Naples was established in 750BC, there was an old saying "see Naples & then die", he is not sure if this is because you have seen the most beautiful city ...
... over the part of the body furthest away allowing one to see the sculpted body underneath it in detail. Naples should be visited if only to see this amazing work.
By 6.30 we were 'churched out', walked out and aching, ready for a glass of red before dinner so off we went to the Gallery Umberto shopping centre to a favourite little bar and sat to watch the world go by and wonder on the fact that four days had gone by so rapidly. When we were recuperated, we strolled along to ...
... 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 ...
... these are the most well preserved Greek temples.
Third stop on the trip, this town was uncovered at the base of Mt. Vesuvius, along the Mediterranean Sea. While the inhabitants of Pompeii were smothered and buried in ash, the town of Herculaneum was covered in lava. During the eruption, a cloud of vapors descended upon the city with an intense heat that killed all the ...
... roadside prostitutes. We pulled into a driveway for lunch and had four or five within easy view. Many of the buildings are unfinished and/or abandoned....definitely not the North.
The final stretch into Naples produced the biggest adrenaline rush I have ever had on a bike. We had to go through an essentially unlit 1.5k tunnel with three lanes of traffic squeezed in to two ...