Hotel Villa Medici - Sea Hotels Group
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... walking to go. Puffing and panting we arrived at the top some 20 minutes later. The views from the top of Vesuvius were spectacular of Naples and environs. The views of the monstrous hole in the cone were awesome. Steam was seeping from one side of the vertical cone wall of this sleeping giant. After taking in the views and catching our breath, we completed the much easier descent to the parking lot where we met Sergio. Next, ...
... 2 flights of stairs. He had a good sense of humour. He said "Food at Pompeii too expensive. You eat and you cry" - I had a good laugh. He was a funny Italian bloke. The rooms there were nice too. Just as if we were at a hotel with our own bathroom and everything so we did pretty well. We settled into our accommodation and dropped our big bags off, ready for our day trip to Pompeii. To get to Pompeii we had to take a local metro train. I felt ...
... it, hotels are bringing in an income and decisions to restore or renovate are made by one or a small number of people. Imagine living in an apartment block with 50 others, most of whom have little money and then try and get agreement to re-plaster or repaint........it is no wonder these buildings are in poor shape and even if they are government owned.....well, they have no money either, having been in a recession for six years now!
We passed ...
... claims to have invented it but there are no records supporting this. Ok, reader, lets skip to this morning with a lovely breakfast in the hotel which included local pastries, such as the Baba sponge cake, usually served with rum, but not over breakfast. Our destination this morning was the National Archaeological Museum here in Naples, which houses the collection of artifacts, mosaics and frescos taken from Pompeii and Herculaneum. A real treasure trove of items ...
... several times. Whole families pack onto them and they ride all over the place, no one way streets, but narrow streets.
The buildings are old and look wonderful that way. There is a lot of crime here. You have to pay to use the elevators. You have to pay to use a fork and knife when you eat inside a restaurant, but that's all over Italy.