Orsini 46 B&B
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Travel Blogs from Naples
... I asked him to give me some money so I could go back to a small ticket office I had seen as we entered the train station. I took off running, yes OJ style, jumping over small children, a few sleeping homeless, food carts and luggage. When I get there, only one lady was in front of me and...score...two tickets to Paradise, I mean to Pompeii. And the added bonus was the young man that sold me the tickets was a very cute or should I say Hot Italian and he spoke English! Chock one up ...
The closer we got to Naples, the more graffiti we saw. Then the taxi ride to the hotel showed that graffiti covered the entire city, including ancient old buildings, monuments, and homes. Worse than we have seen in any USA city.
Our lodging, Hotel Il Convento, is housed in a 16-century building that was once part of convent.. The rooms are quite small (as one would expect in a convent) and very clean. The main convent ...
... had the wrong ticket but could not but try my luck as were nearly up to my number. There it was and I hastened to the appropriate window only to be pushed out of the way by an Italian man who seemed to think it was his window and his turn. Surely I hadn't been that slow.
What to do now? Standing in the middle of the floor with a number that had expired, and from watching others had noticed that all the numbers going to the windows with the envelope which I ...
... I took no photos in this room...but what an interesting portrayal of the male anatomy and sex all together. From tiny 6 inch statues to large 15 feet frescoes. I think I'll stop there. The Collection of Roman and Greek art is also grande. The 13 foot "Toro Farnese" statue (photo below) depicts a woman being tied to a bull and is the tallest ancient marble group ever found, not to mention the largest one intact. This story is a good one too. ...
... on this side of town. Luckily I do find one shop open so I can at least buy a mediocre snack to keep me going. Many buildings look dilapidated—but not in a fascinatingly grotesque way like in central Napoli. But finally, I reach a rocky boardwalk and sunny houses facing the sea with a more cheery atmosphere… and a sign telling me that I’ve reached the End of Napoli. I’ve done it. I’ve hiked the entire width of this enormous ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet