B&B Attico Partenopeo
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... are generally large, cheap and quite soft in Naples, which is just how I like it. The meal was good, but we still thought there was better pizza to be found in the pizza Capitol of the pizza county. We went home and relaxed for a couple of hours before dinner. Each Friday night the owner's wife cooks the hostel dinner, eager to have them try local food, so we were lucky enough to get a free, home cooked Italian meal. The dish was pasta (about 4 different kinds) with a ...
... the wall of the main room, the idea being that the customers could choose the woman he wanted and the point to the fresco of what he position he wanted to use!!!! The "beds" were just a slab of concrete - not very comfortable, I imagine!!! That brings me back to my story about the souvenirs.... The Italians had taken the idea of the brothel and used it as an excuse to sell all sorts of erotic souvenirs, phallic symbols, erotic calendars etc. at least the Greeks souvenirs were ...
... a tour boat to the blue grotto. This grotto is a naturally lit glowing water cave. The blue glow is caused by deep underwater caverns which allow natural light to stream through the tunnels and up into the cave. The water is so deep that it glows unnaturally. Sooooo cool !!! We approached the cave in our larger wooden tourist boat and looking at the entrance realised we would not fit through. The dilemma was easily solved as men in little wooden boats rowed up alongside ...
... it was time to go. We did actually go to Naples, but were there for about 5 minutes--between getting of the ferry and onto the bus. So I can't say I've had pizza there. Disappointing :/ Oh well. Another time! Coming "home" to Rome after our "vacation" is quite a fun feeling. :)
Now I'm back in the swing of classes and homework for the week. Today we walked ALL over Rome for Art History, and then went to a Basilica called San Clemente for Theology. The 13th century church was ...
... of the house were casts of those who had been flash fried when Vesuvius erupted. It was really interesting to see. Both looked as if they had been sleeping peacefully when the eruption devastated their city. The bodies had long since deteriorated, but the casts that had been created from the hot ash lingered on. The casts detailed the facial features of the person, as well as the individual fingers and toes. As we moved toward the city square, we stumbled upon a ...