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... but it took an age to come out. The pizzas always arrive as a big slab instead of being cut up. We'd been give plastic knives so it was a bit of a mission to cut though the bases. Doug's knife broke so he had to resort to tearing it up in the end.
We knew it was going to be a long day and still had to visit Pompeii before we got back to the ship. The tour company had promised that they would get us back to the ...
... We hopped back on the bus and drove around more of the city sights. About 4.30 we decided we had had enough and left the tour at the bus stop nearest our hotel. We caught the funicular back up the hill only it was an express and as we found out later, our station was actually stop 2. We got out and started walking and realised we were at the wrong spot because nothing looked familiar. So we got back on the funicular to ...
... and are down after Epiphany in January. The Christmas Nativity is a centuries old tradition. By early December Presepe Napolitano collections are on display all over the city- in churches, city squares, public buildings, restaurants etc... and in almost every Neapolitan home. There are even permanent displays like those at San Martino and Santa Chiara. See attached Presepe Napoletano pic Then there is Via San Gregorio Armeno, Naples premier ...
... traffic, only here there was a much more aggressive driving style. There was a lot more honking, and there was much more urgency and frustration to the type of honking. Unlike the French, there was no tolerance - and no one gave way for anyone.
People were driving all over the road, they were overtaking on solid white lines, and even on 'double' solid lines. We all laughed at Cindy's rendition of Italian road rules: "Okay people, see that ...
... to close her eyes because of the winding road. The views were spectacular though. There was just a little cloud at the top of Vesuvius. The bus stopped at Anacapri and we had to walk a little way to the base of the chairlift. The chairlift took us to the top of the island which was about 1000 feet above sea level. The chairlift had single chairs and it was a good time to quietly reflect and take a few pictures of Vesuvius ...