Carafa di Maddaloni B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... what to expect prior to coming here but this place is pretty cool :) Before we headed back at dusk, we went to Carrefour to get some necessary stuff which is obviously snacks (shampoo & shower gel actually) ended up buying more ingredients to add to our leftover pizza & 1kg of mussels for €3(!!!) So cheap right! Tomorrow is gonna be another rainy day so we're just gonna go to the port & explore the city more. Sigh weather ...
... how this width made sense for two donkeys), deeper streets than side walks (for when rain or street cleaning covered the roads) with elevated stepping stones throughout to cross streets when the high water was present. There were fountains with different gods on them at many street corners and that's how it's believed they would share directions/identify meeting spots (I live by the fountain of mercury) since street names did not seem to exist. They had running water ...
... pass by the volcano Stromboli, off the coast of Italy. We went to the outside deck to see it, but never saw much. We later found out we were looking on the wrong side of the boat.
The next morning, we woke up in Naples, which was my second stop in the town. Naples is both terrible and wonderful. The city itself is awful, but it’s a wonderful cruise port because of its close proximity to Pompeii, Capri, Sorrento, Positano, and the Amalfi Coast. I was happy ...
... beef tournedo. Both meals were excellent as usual. After dinner was the captain's welcome speech and introduction of the senior officers followed by the Ship's singers and dancers performing broadway numbers from several shows such as Les Miserables, Wicked, and Phantom of the Opera. The captain could have a second job as a comedian. He is Greek and made several jokes about Greece and being Greek. At the end of his speech, he asked if anyone had been Malta before. A few ...
... all people we saw pretty much!
There were so many derelict people... so many derelict areas. Filth.
We streamlined for our hotel! We made it back safe and sound and contemplated what to do for dinner. We walked past a few places and looked in but they all were surrounded by derelicts and people smoking in and out. Not very inviting nor appetising. That more makes me want to throw up rather than take food in....
Our only option was going to be McDonalds. It ...