B&b Quattro Palazzi
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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Today, we started the day by blowing the electricity with only a hairdryer. Fortunately I was done but J was just about done. Tried to trip the circuit breaker but no go. I was sure there was the main breaker but in such a large building, who knew where,,and we had to leave (sent the owner SMS) so we took a taxi to the Archeological museum for an early reservation. Using the audio guides, we spent quite a long time going through the museum. It was ...
... we are left over pizza and watched more movies. On Sunday, Kevin went to work early again so it was just. Michelle and I. This time we walked down the streets by his apartments to explore and more importantly get food. Kevin didn't had anything to eat in his house after we are the leftovers. We must have looked very out of place because everyone glared at us when we walked by. Kevin ...
... for ages to get a train BACK to that stop - before eventually getting the next correct train to Ercolano. Whilst we waited for the train back a very odd couple sat near us. The guy started talking to us and doing ***** with his hands - trying to get us to as well. He was also asking for money. I had gotten up straight away and said we are moving!!!
Eventually the train arrived and we got back to the previous station. It wasn't long before the train to Ercolano came! This is ...
Naples, Pompeii and Sorrento, Italy
From our Cruise Log
Friday, March 29, 2013 - Naples, Italy
06:49 Pilot Embarked
07:40 Safely Docked
18:05 Vessel Undocked
Campania (Naples) is the symbolic northern edge of the rich Italian southland. Traditional fishing villages still survive, seemingly untouched by time – even the bustling capitol of Naples is the reflection of the many small communities that form it. ...
... frustrating experience in Italy for dinner. Our waiter tried to be smart, and took our orders without writing them down. I asked if the ravioli I wanted was a big dish. "Oh, it is big enough for you." Thirty minutes later, he asked what we ordered for entrees, then he brought them out. Another thirty minutes passed, and he came and asked if we'd eaten our mains yet. Then about another 20 minutes we got our mains, my ...