Locanda degli Agrumi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the owner was nice and helpful, and it was super easy to hop on the train to get to Pompeii. All in all, it did it's job. One of the other serious downsides to Naples is the smoke pollution. We're not talking about smoke from cigarettes, but instead from burning trash. Amanda's throat and eyes started to burn even just during the train ride in to Naples from the airport. During our two nights at the hotels, she woke up repeatedly during the ...
... which way toward a square we knew was the right direction and he sent us on our way.
The hotel was much further than we anticipated. After about a mile walk through dark areas with stray dogs following us, we finally found the hotel. It was close to another entrance into the old city of Pompeii.
We checked in at Hotel Del Sol and grabbed some ...
As we were set to leave Florence we found out that our 9:00 am cab wasn't coming and we were scheduled to leave on the 10:00 am train to Naples. After a slight panic attack we managed to find a bus to the train station with the help of a kind hearted person named Leslie, whom we will be forever indebted to. After the mad rush to the train station we found out that our train was delayed by 45 minutes so all that rush for nothing! On our ...
Today was a pretty quiet day. I wanted to take some pictures of the town and square to share with all. I first stopped at the square and had a really pretty cappucino (picture below). Then, Salvatore, Gabriella's son, offered to go to Amalfi to his boat to swim. Today was the hottest day of the year. Apparently there is an "African Wind" that is really heating up Italy and is pretty out of the ordinary. A trip to the ...
... 1700's when they began removing the ash and discovered an entire buried city. Unlike many cities the rich and the poor lived side by side. It was a typical Roman city with a temple, hall of justice, city hall, forum, residentialstreets, theaters and amphitheaters. It is a very large site and took several hours to explore. We were very lucky to have found reasonable parking including ...