This is our hotel in the morning sun - not too shabby, right?
View from the breakfast table
Ready for action!
Statues of important Romans like Claudius and Augustus.
Roman feet. They all have this shape.
Many of the statues come from Pompeii, and these pictures show just a tiny fraction of everything they have in that museum
Dramatic szene from a mythical tale - you an look at it from every angle and discover new details.
They also used various techniques.
Model of a temple
Full room decoration
Some of the displays in the museum are pretty old school themselves.
It really is a big building!
Of course they also had a LOT of them!
Many of those pictures are very famous works.
Well, we moved on by metro...
See how big it is?
You can walk all around the top of it.
There are several buildings within the fort, it's so large.
But the view is just fantastic!
In the distance you can see Sorrento in the middle and Capri to the right of it.
The islands on the right are Procida and Ischia.
Big windows on the way down
There is a big pedestrian zone with many shops that we went strolling down. All I got were some cheap cosmetics from KIKO and a foldable rain hat that I would use as a sun hat the following day.
Then we passed by a shop that had shirts for sale in all kinds of colors and for only € 28!
Olivier went inside and about 20 minutes later he was the happy owner of 5 new shirts! Which makes a total of 7 shirts he bought on this trip so far... To keep up with him I got a pair of red pants to replace the once I was travelling with because they were becoming a bit saggy.
We had to walk around for a while to find an open restaurant - people here simply don't go out to eat dinner early.
But we ended up in a place that served gigantic, delicious pizza. It's the must-eat in Napoli!
Harbour with train station in the background