Piazza Carità

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7 travelers at this place:

  • Day1

    EInfach mal loslaufen und Vorurteile über Neapel bestätigen:

    - hektisch
    - dreckig
    - anstrengend
    - aber der Vulkan ist toll

    Das Wetter spielt ganz toll mit und versinnbildlicht den allgegenwärtigen Gestank mit einem hartnäckigen grauen Wolkenschleier.

  • Day355

    Day 356: Filming in Naples

    February 5 in Italy

    After my laptop cable decided to die last night (particularly after I'd already drained the laptop battery itself), I figured my first priority was to head out into the city and find a replacement. Set off at around 9:30 as the city was still stirring to life, and spent the next couple of hours walking between various electronics shops. Absolutely no luck, nobody had even heard of a Surface, let alone sell any spare parts! We're here in Naples for another couple of days, hopefully that'll be enough time to get something shipped in via the internet.

    Finally got home and organised enough to start filming around the city. The historic centre is enormous and had a lot of stuff to cover, so we had to hurry sadly. Lots of walking involved again!

    Naples was founded around 500BC by Greek settlers, who called it Neapolis (or New City). It's existed more or less continuously since then, and was an important centre as the Kingdom of Naples from around the 12th century onwards. Quite a few castles, monuments and buildings left over from that era which we had a good look at, though skipped on going inside any of them.

    Wandered around the waterfront as well which is surprisingly picturesque for a port city, particularly with Vesuvius looming nearby and the Bay of Naples stretching out to the horizon. In the end there was so much to cover I just had to do a brief bit about the three main phases of the city (ancient Greco-Roman era, medieval era, 19th century-ish era). Though I also slipped in a brief bit about the city's most famous export: pizza!

    Had ourselves some lunch at one of the most famous pizza restaurants, Sorbellino. Very good, very simple, and surprisingly cheap as well. Visited a few more electronics shops on our wanders but still no luck!

    Headed home in the early evening after an aperitif and grabbed some pizzas from the nearby shop for dinner. It's surprising how cheap they are here - for a plain margherita it's usually around 3-4 euros! Ordered a power cable from Amazon which they claimed would arrive within 48 hours, so fingers crossed it'll make it!
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  • Day356

    Day 357: Relaxing in Naples

    February 6 in Italy

    We'd planned a spare day in Naples that we could use either today or tomorrow, and given that it was absolutely hammering with rain, we decided to use it today! Unfortunately for me, my charger definitely wasn't coming today, though it had left Kansas City, transited through Cincinnati and seemed to be on its way across the Atlantic!

    Without a usable laptop I spent a lot of the day just listening to podcasts and reading stuff on my phone. I know some people use a phone as their primary device but I just can't do it - I'm too old school I guess.

    Figured out how to get Netflix running on the apartment TV after a bit of trial and error. Got a surprise when on launching, it immediately loaded back into what the previous occupant had been watching - right in the middle of a steamy sex scene!

    Ventured out for lunch to an arancini place, got a few different varieties including one with squid ink and another with salmon! Delicious. Got drenched even under an umbrella but it was worth it! Pizza for dinner, and my charger has made it to Leipzig!
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