Hotel Napoli Centrale B&B
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Naples is a city of sad contrasts.
On one hand, it is home to beautiful relics from its rich history.
But it is also falling apart. And we saw graffiti and trash just about everywhere.
This was illustrated beautifully near the port, guarded by a historic fort that is more or less still intact. It's a major tourist attraction, especially from all the cruise ships that dock nearby.
But in front of it, a ...
... I was very displeased when a Ghanaian sitting behind me felt the need to wake me when I had finally fallen asleep to tell me that we'd reached the edge of Accra, at least 15 minutes before the bus reached the station, why he felt the need to wake me up to impart this useless piece of information is beyond me. Going through Accra airport seemed to be overly complicated with entirely more staff and checkpoints than any airport should need, particularly at 3:30am. Firstly ...
... of preserved ruins that are still there were as much as there was. We spent 3 hours walking around the ruins with an audio guide. I must admit I could have spent the whole day there but wasn't to be. It was crazy hot the day we were there it would have easily been 30 degrees in the shade! So wasn't the most comfortable day to be walking around the ruins but still worth it all the same. Dad Davidson was amazed by how old it all was and how much there was there as well. After we ...
... br> With plans to visit at least one castle and a few museums, I got up early and had a croissant and espresso for breakfast, standing up, in a tiny bar just around the corner from the place I’d stayed. My host Tamara showed me the way to the funicular railway for getting up to the hilltop Castel Sant’Elmo, overlooking the whole of Naples. On the way to the funicular station we had a quick peek into an apartment building, the ground storey of which was built in the ...
... preserved - it was magnificent! The area covered way further than you could see in a day so we selected on of the tour options and armed with our audio guides we were off to explore.
One of the coolest bits was the awesome state of the Roman roads. There was footpaths and guttering and even rock bollards which assume was to stop the carts going down certain roads. Later we found out that they were so people could step on as to not get their feet wet when ...