Travel Blogs from Naples
Today I left Rome for Naples; I'm staying in a hostel yet again, as it would seem Italians are not so keen on hosting me :(. Got some pizza and gelato for dinner.
After Venice we headed South to Naples. On the train we had decided not to purchase the compulsory reservation because it was a whole extra 10 euros on the fast trains even after we had paid for our eurail pass which allowed us on to all of the trains within Italy. On one of the trains towards Venice the reservation hadn't been checked so we …
... of our boat trip, I would still highly recommend renting a boat to see the coastline. It was a lot of fun to make our own decisions on where to stop for lunch, and when to swim, etc. Two very important lessons are to check the boat very carefully to ensure everything is in working order (i.e. the anchor), and to make sure you have a plan if the water gets too choppy. I think we should have turned around and left the boat at Capri and taken the Ferry back to Sorrento.
... for us students, mostly for the cheap meals and the vibrant personality of Fabio. Earlier last week, we were casually sipping on some Peroni’s (the Bud Light of Italy as I think of it), when I mentioned that I miss my bartending job back home. Well, he invited me behind the bar to show him how well I could pour a beer, pour shots, and mix drinks. I must have passed the test because I got a job working there last Saturday night!
... on a comfy couch enjoying a plate of appetizers, licking his fingers, and talking with a mouth full of food. He should be disqualified on manners alone. He has no Bingo etiquette...he didn't stand to let everyone know he had one number left. The Bingo judge validated it was a good Bingo and then handed him his $300 in cash. I got gipped. The jackpot game wasn't much better. The only saving grace was that nobody won the big money, so the pot will continue to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet