Bonapace Porta Nolana Bed & Breakfast
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Good advice for many occasions, but not to be taken to heart when writing a travel blog. We arrived in Napoli early Wednesday evening directly from Roma, and thus began our blessedly short stay in this disappointing city by the sea. It took us only 10 minutes to walk from …
... walking through city with Giovanni's map as our guide. First stop was a trip to the underground aqueducts. We turned the corner to see line of people forming outside the entrance waiting for the doors to open at 10am. We were split into groups depending on what language you spoke, we got our tickets and headed downstairs. The aqueducts are a series of tunnels, chambers and pools that have a history dating as far back as the city itself. They were hand-carved by the Greeks and ...
... We’d planned to ride to Sorrento and drop off our luggage then returning to see the sights near the volcano without our things. However, the train was packed (standing room only with our bags on top of our feet). It was hot and smelly and we got stuck next to another American woman who kept complaining/whining. So, we decided just get off at Pompeii Scavi to see the ruins and hope the train would be less ...
... ten minutes later, we were in Naples. A taxi from the RR station (a very nice driver who wished me well in my "famiglia geneologica" research in Castelgrande) and we were at Molo Beverello in plenty of time for our 4:05 boat trip to Sorrento. It turns out that I booked the wrong destination (in English, no less) online last night and had to call the central number to change it. A phone ...
... It has a great gelato shop that sold over 50 flavours and lots of other
food stuffs like crepes and waffles. This was a good place to do laundry
as we were staying a couple of days with some free time and there are a
few coin operated laundry's close by in the main street.
was free internet in the foyer so Ross sent a few emails and updated my
travel blog. Ross went for a walk down town. The place was still lit up