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From Rhode Island to Capri Island - Maryellen's Birthday! We arrived in Naples (Napoli Harbor) early in the morning to an industrial port. After consideration of the heat and length of tour of Pompeii, we decided to alter our plans and tour the Isle of Capri instead. Up early with the tour, we took the hour long ferry to Capri, passing by Mount Vesuvius, and then we set out on our own. To reach the upper portion of Capri, a ride on the funicular, which is like a small cable car, ...
Today is just a travel day! Set my alarm for 6.30am because I figured the earlier I get to Naples the better and I can just sleep on the train. Also it was like a 20 minute walk to the station so I wanted to do it before it got too hot! There was meant to be a 7.20 train but I got to the station and it was delayed to 7.49 so a bit of a drainer but not too bad! Got the train no worries and then it was time to get the ferry from Messina to Villa ...
... from France. We talked about favourite places far and wide and Fabrizio gave us a run down on his trip to Pompeii that we had planned for the following day. We were making some pasta for dinner with the sauce that we had bought back in Italy and Giovanni was giving us some pointers. The hostel was pretty full for the night and we all enjoyed a few quiet drinks on the large, open balcony before heading to bed. We had a big day ahead of us. We were up early and onto the ...
Temperature: 16C 58F (RAIN!!)
Distance travelled: 4538 nautical miles
Today it is the final day at sea. From Heraklion we headed across the Ionian Sea and through the Strait of Messina. This is a narrow stretch of water between the Eastern tip of Sicily and the tip of the toe of Italy. The strait is only 3.1km (1.9 miles) at its narrowest so for this reason a pilot is required to guide the vessel safety through to the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is then a ...
... above our hotel at our restaurant to have our meal. It was voted #1 in trip advisor for the area. You are greater by 'mamma' and then fed by her cooking, and what quantities and quality. No menu, just food appears.
- 7 different appetisers of bruschetta, mozzarella, basil tomatoes, berlotti beans, chickpea ragu, wilted spinach with garlic
- huge plate of pastaravioli with ricotta ...