Hotel Alloggio del Conte
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... in and continued through the entrance. It turned out that 'left' meant straight ahead and that the office would be on your left, which didn't really need to be stated because there was no way that you could miss it - it was huge.
It was fascinating to walk through such a well preserved site. You could still see frescoes on the walls and mosaic tiles on the floors. There were numbers on the outside if each of the buildings and we had hired an audio guide that ...
We had been looking forward to today. It was possibly, we thought, going to be our real highlight of the cruise. Naples, Mt Vesuvius, Pompeii, Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast were on our itinerary and we were very much looking forward to our tour.
But first, couple of things about last night. The show last night was a real treat, an amazing experience. We did not plan it but as it turned out the only seats left, by the time we arrived, were near the front, very near, so we ...
... fruit, baskets of vegetables; miniature working scenes etc, depicting the daily life in Italy in times gone by. All the models were amazing in their detail. We meant to find out the significance of all these tiny models and why just this one area specialised in them, but we didn't, so we will never know. We ate take away chicken gyros from a small shop during our late night stroll and boy, were they ...
... decided that the Kids Club can actually be fun- so we are all catered for.
This morning I said Kia Ora to the NZ Chef who is in charge of ALL the food on the boat (13 food outlets, plus room service).
He is a Maori guy who has been cruising for 10 years, and loves the challenge of catering for so many people.
He evidently has a house in Auckland, but hasn't been able to find a job challenging enough for him in NZ.
He said that the job at Sky ...
... where the same youth loiter about late at night, smoking, eating gelato.
As for the drugs, what port city doesn't have them. Strike that, what city doesn't have them? I think after talking to my mother-in-law, who had visited the city some weeks before us and is a very seasoned traveller, and observing the same thing myself, this view of the city probably comes from the senior citizens who, wanting to see the historic sites of the ...