Best Western Hotel Paradiso
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Vi startede i fin stil efter at morgenmaden var indtaget, og havde fået sagt farvel til nogle meget flinke mennesker.
Det var turen vi skulle have taget, men et eller andet gik galt for de sidste 30 km tog godt 1½ time, og det var bremse, så bremse, så bremse, pas p …
On Wednesday evening, we decided to eat at Osteria L'Angolino. Making our way to the restaurant, we ended up exploring more of the city than anticipated. At one point, several Italian teenagers asked us for directions (we think) but before we could get two words out they figured out we needed directions more than they did.
We finally made it to the restaurant and what a gem. The quaint dining room was inviting ...
The Castel was huge and the 360 degree views from the Parapets of Napoli and the Bay of Naples were stunning. Given the high sun and glare we probably don't have a photo that does it justice.
Time now for some culture. Headed off to the Archeological museum as they have Pompeii relics removed from the actual site, so we thought we'd get a head start on our planned trip there. The mosaics in this museum were fascinating and the statues are impressive too. ...
... the daughter ran into the kitchen and walked out with a plate filled with rice and some other hard, white pebble-looking thing (I believe its edible) and threw it all over us! It was for good luck. Now all this happened in a matter of minutes and I didn’t know how to correct their misunderstanding. They were so sweet and friendly, I just didn’t have the heart! Lost in translation again but in a wonderful way.
3. Finally – a dip in ...
... Perfect timing. Our driver had arranged for the adults to taste a local drink called Lemincello. 20% proof. Lemons, grapes, figs, and olives grow in this area, and Lemincello is a popular drink. Katarina, our guide to the Vatican, even told us we must try it if we were heading to Naples. It's served out of the freezer in super-chilled shot glasses. Four arrived on a saucer. We each grabbed one. I'm not a drinker, but I'm willing to try anything once. One small taste was enough for ...