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rained out

storm 23 °C

Friday we planned a trip to the acropolis at Cuma, the first Greek settlement on mainland Italy. Mother nature, however, intervened, with a torrential downpour accompanied by heavy thunder and lightning making our decision to head for home an easy one. But whereas the decision was easy, the trip itself was not -- flooding caused our Metropolitana train to abandon its trip to the center of Naples, forcing us to walk to a different train line for a short trip, then to walk the rest of the way into Garibaldi station. By the time we were back in Piano di Sorrento, however, the skies had cleared, and the temperatures had dropped precipitously to a frigid 75 degrees.


Posted by elefantstn 01:39 Archived in Italy Tagged transportation

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Just wanted to say - love your pic! A friend and I stayed at Hotel Margharita in Priano this past May, and your pic brought back lovely memories. What a view to wake up to!

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