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Half day in Naples - what would you do?

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Weather gods willing, next week in company with a dozen or so other italian students from our further education college, i will be heading to Sorrento for a week's language course. The format is the same as with other courses I've attended - lessons in the morning, the all important pause for lunch, then an excursion, one of which is to Naples.

This is what is planned by the college for our afternoon/evening in Naples:

<<Visit to the city of Napoli: Palazzo Reale, Piazza Plebiscito, Basilica di S.Francesco di Paola, Antica Pizzeria Brandi, Caffè Gambrinus and shopping along Via Toledo and Via Chiaia. >>

The last time i went to Naples was 40 years ago, so my knowledge of the city is limited. I do know that I'd like to see the National museum of Archeology, [we'll be going to Pompeii earlier in the week] and wonder how that could fit into the above itinerary. Those of us on the trip who are "adults" can of course go off by ourselves, but before we decide to do so, I wonder if we would be missing out by going off by ourselves.

Thoughts, anyone?

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