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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 …
... also had air-conditioning. Selma was happy as it had bunk beds and she was allowed to sleep on the top bunk.
We ventured out soon after. Unlike the other cities we had just left, Naples does not seem to observe much of a Siesta. Most of the shops were still open mid afternoon. As we had not eaten up until this point apart from a very light snack on the train, we headed to a local Pizza joint for a late lunch. Naples is the home to Pizza and we were ...
... and we entered on the wrong gate to get the audio tour. Most of their residential homes were really tiny. We were told that to this day, most Europeans spend little time at home, just to sleep & shower. The rest of the time is spent in communal courtyards. In Pompeii we saw many courtyards, an outdoor theater, and several gardens. It looks so strange to see alive flowers and trees around this city of death. Brothels had icons over their doors. ...
... be preserved and appreciated. It was educational as well since we learned that a carved penis in the street pointed the way to a brothel or there were stepping stones that pedestrians used to avoid walking in the street since it was also used for drainage and sewage. Overall, it was a neat experience and even after an entire day spend in Pompeii there was still more to see and do there.
We also took a very brief trip to the Island of Capri. We took ...
... museum as a class. It is one of the biggest archaeological museums in the world, holding artifacts from all over Italy. We only had a few hours to explore there before heading back to Rome.
Overall awesome trip. Our next and last big field trip will involve 5 days of traveling in Northern Italy. Soon to come: updates on my first round of reviews and more weekend trip adventures!