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Question about arriving and spending the day in Naples

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We are currently working on our upcoming Spring family trip itinerary to France and Italy and on paper, the following seems like a good idea but I'm wondering if it's really doable. We will be arriving in Naples around 11 a.m., after spending a week in Paris, though we're actually staying in Sorrento. I was thinking that since we will already be in Naples, it might be a good idea to hit the Archeological Museum after we arrive before we take the Circumvesuviana train down to Sorrento. We have to take the Alibus to the Central Station anyway, so we could store our luggage at the Left Luggage station, then take a city bus to the museum for a couple of hours, get something to eat, and then head back to the station to catch the commuter train to Sorrento. Would this really work? Or should we plan on doing the museum on another day? Kids are teenagers, so we're not dealing with "nap time" issues (although we may be another story). Thanks for any input.

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