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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelle Palme Naples
I hope this is a review for B&B Delle Palme. I didn't actually stay in the B&B but the owers have an apartment as well that they rented us for even cheaper. The location isn't great as it is out of the way for most tourist sites, but it is 7 minutes from a metro stop in a quiet area. Edith who runs it is a complete sweetheart. Quick to respond to questions, friendly and super hospitable. From lending me balsamic for my salad to washing my clothes for free because there was no laundromat nearby. Lovely place.
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"I always ask why birds stay in the same place when they can fly anywhere on earth. Then I ask myself the same question." - Harun Yahya I spent the majority of my Italy time in Napoli (Naples). This worked well because it is a jumping off point for many islands and the coast. I met my friend Tracie in Naples and we went out for dinner our first …
... pizza tonight. Just like I like it thin crust with lots of toppings. The one tonight had zucchini.
That's all for now. It is now 12 am here and I have a long day of touring and traveling. More pics from Naples tomorrow.
On the agenda for tomorrow touring Pompeii, Sorrento and then off to the resort on the Amalfi Coast.
... was close to the Amalfi Coast. Turns out Sim and Rach had managed to hoodwink me and organised for Rach and Lewis to fly over and meet us in Salerno and travel with us for about a week. I discovered this after I had knocked on the door, though I had figured something was up when Sim started recording me on his phone. So we spent the evening catching up and of course having a few drinks and some nibbles. It was a pretty amazing surprise but I'm thinking it may not be able to be ...
... the duomo, were closed -- seemed weird for a Sunday). There's perhaps a little more graffiti than in most European cities I've been in, but Europe generally has a problem with that. The pastry shops had some very excellent delectables and the castles were nice to look at (the Castel of the Egg and the Castel Nuovo were both closed; we didn't go up to Sant'Elmo).
After several hours of walking around and getting wet (only one ...
... Naples and of course the volcano. More windy roads and another nap saw us in Pompeii, we got ourselves an audio guide and wandered the ruins, quite fascinating imagining what it would have been like many years ago. A few hours later, Genarro met with us to take us to our last stop Ravello, a quaint town situated high in the mountains above Amalfi.. Here we enjoyed a drink and some food before wandering the shops, mainly ceramics, before heading back ...