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... remainder of the day. We stopped into a little pizzeria and each sampled what many say is the best pizza in the world. We aren't sure "best" is an appropriate description, but it was tasty enough.
We strolled through the busy streets around the city center and peaked into little boutiques along the way. The city had many high-rise buildings and major intersections. Compared to our past week, it was like leaving ...
... China with the Australian team members, Malta was more of a pot pourri for team members consisting of Aussies, 2 Canadians and a few Scots. Ecuador had a mix of Aussies and Brits. There is a moral there somewhere!! The Europeans may have beaten us to the sunbeds with their 'get up at 6:30am and put a towel on the sunbed' antics, but the English speaking nations can tell the difference between the SS Andrea Doria and the silhouette of Burkina Faso!!!
This evening ...
It was an early morning and I felt so lonely - as I was all alone in Italy.
The topdeckers had moved on to Venice.
I woke up at 430am - headed to the pick up point for my Pompeii tour.
Caught a bus then a taxi to the pick up hotel or what I thought was the pick up point..
Like all travellers we run into minor problems here and there.
But for me, it felt like the worst possible thing that was happening at ...
... and we found a whole chicken unwrapped on the ground yuck! We grabbed a couple of beers and some chips and got out of there pretty pronto.We had another dinner close to home and headed for bed.
8/7/2013 - Our last day in Naples. We had to hang around to catch the boat at 7pm, but there was no way were going to hang around in Naples so we headed for Sorrento. It was only 1 hour on the train but so very different to Naples. A nice and ...
... Miss Prissy and the birthday boy had a big lunch and would skip dinner.
The Chef’s Luminere table was on again tonight and Gina sat there enthralled with it. We chatted for a while after dinner and then parted ways.
Ray Cousins, Frank Sinatra’s former piano player was at the Princess Theatre – normally he is in the Vista Lounge and we have not seen him play there before. He is truly a remarkable piano player and not ...