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... is quickly fading, and we decide to go ahead and grab a bus to Salerno which can be our launching off point for exploring and playing music along the Amalfi Coast. The Museum So what else is there to do? Well, there’s the Napoli Historical Museum, which some claim is better even than the one in Rome. I haven’t done a whole lot of museums here in Italy, so I figure I really should check this one out. It is a very impressive collection and it’s ...
... hot, but not humid thankfully. the landscape was very dry, their crops were already harvested, sunflower crops ready to be harvested, and irrigated corn crops growing. We spotted some dorpa and damara sheep but no cows. Along the way we didn't see one new house on any of the farms or in Naples city itself.
When we arrived at Naples the coach stopped for a photo opportunity in the bay where we see Sorrento and the ...
France The hotel was great! It was centrally located, the rooms were beautiful, and the staff was super friendly. I highly recommend this hotel! http://www.hotelempereurparis.com/rooms .html FRANCE Paris: - Hotels: Royal Magda Etoile Hotel: Nice boutique hotel in a fantastic location! Our room was very small, but I think there might be bigger ones. Around 200 euros a night. Good hotel - Restaurants: Paul Chene: For a special occasion. It is very expensive, but the service is impeccable, ...
... so grouchy when you row a boat all day and work on an island? This guy wasn’t going to ruin my good day, so I complied and sat down like he asked.
Jason was in the front of the boat which is the worst seat (or best depending on your preference). It is the seat that should say, “You will get wet on this ride.” We had four people in our dinghy (why do I giggle at that word?) and the boat was rocking like crazy. The waves ...
... mopeds were passing by, and people looked relaxed and happy.
Mt. Vesuvius was well seen across the bay. I also saw enormously large cruise ships parked in the harbor, but the language around me was mostly Italian.
I visited Castel Dell’Ovo, then walked back to piazza Plebisco and went to café Gambrinus to have a cup of coffee, I got their version of cold espresso, but ...