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... from Herculeum, largest marble sculpture (the bull).
Former church, now a museum (Museo Cappella Sansevero with veiled Jesus and amazing marble rope and book pages that have to be seen to be believed.
Tuna for lunch, gelato for dessert.
Rode furnicular to Fort and took photos of Naples cityscape.
Group dinner at IL Vinacciolo Ristorante - chicken, wine, take home desserts.
The Veiled Christ is a marble sculpture made by Giuseppe ...
... hanging up in every street. Each storefront and restaurant has garland and lights and christmas trees equally blinged out. And it is like everyone (except for us) is shopping for gifts.
We visited the ruins of Pompeii, which was like stepping back into history. 79 AD, to be exact. During this time, this Roman town, with a population of 20,000 citizens, was a thriving port for trade and travel. It was also a vacation destination for the elite.
... do not have coverage of the French Open. Look how tidy we have kept our room(s).
Napoli road cones! - A big more solid than the orange ones back home in Christchurch.
Medina Caffe in Napoli - A 4 flavoured pizza is 1 flavour per quarter. Not quite a Hells or Winnine Bagoes Pizza
Sunday must be washing day in Napoli. - Many apartment buildings had washing hanging from windows or balconies.
Napoli Bar - With a footpath ...
... abundant, as well as whitewashed houses tucked away, only accessible by foot. Landing at Amalfi we discovered a hotel (how they built it I don't know) which is €1000 per night - amazing view! We explored the narrow cobbled streets which boasted a town square (with the fountain) - and which we have discovered charge double prices compared to the shops situated away from the square. Phil and I did not eat at the square - we enjoyed a beautiful pizza, coffee and limoncello. ...
... at a cost of only 10 euro, but eating this light will begin to melt away my extra weight, let alone all the steps! If I could spend a few months here, it'd seriously be the ultimate boot camp!! Anyone keen??
The only intrusion to my peace is the argument that erupts in a dark corner of the stairs behind me, and clearly they're not aware I'm there, or perhaps don't care! It's two young Italian men, speaking in English, one insistent it was a ...