Naples: Birthplace of Pizza, Part II

After searching for pizza at several different places, then waiting at one for an hour and being told that they had run out of dough, I eventually got my pizza. It was worth the wait.

I also made some new friends, Ralph, Megan and their crew from New York and NJ. Ralph had seen me arguing with the pizza guy about how long I had been waiting in line (he said that I had just arrived and was cutting the line, after I had been there for 45 min!), then invited me to join him and his friends and family for more pizza. I wasn’t going to say no to that. Meeting new people from all over, or from across the street, is one of reasons that I love to travel. Thanks for saying hello, Ralph!

 

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  1. Pingback: Pizza in Florence: not too shabby | Get Lost, Mr. Kent

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