Hotel Hermitage & Park Terme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... undercooked for my liking. And a small carafe (250ml) wine. Getting used to this too! Perfect timing for lunch as its started to rain outside. I'm lovely and relaxed inside, soaking up the total Italianness of it all (don't think that's a real word. Never mind). Back to the BnB for a rest. Rained the rest of the afternoon. Had dinner at the same place as last night. Delicious food. Movie and ...
... sign. It turned out to be very very good food and since we skipped our gelato today Grant had Tiramisou and I had the most incredible Panacotta I have ever tasted! The staff were funny and friendly, the pizza was the best we have had yet and the prices were much better then at the beach. We will probably go back again tomorrow. We ended up having a great evening and in hindsight are very grateful that Bruno's staff had such a bad attitude!! :)
... it was a good time to visit because there was a free exhibition of works by local photographers. We also walked past another of Naples' castles, Castel Nuovo. It has the traditional round turrets of English castles and it is ENORMOUS. Naples has many wonderful buildings, palaces and churches, it's a shame that things are difficult financially in Italy and that there isn't the money there to restore ...
... can really want to take even less stuff....
Made it in plenty of time, bought the 4,10 euro ticket to Naples and sat on the train for 20 minutes waiting for it to take off. So glad I got there early as I took up two seats, one for me and one for my luggage, but there is no getting around it... by the time we left the place was packed. Met a nice couple from Brazil on the way to Naples, we asked a young Italian couple about the correct stop to get off at and they kindly ...
... was already packed and I felt like the same number of people needed to get on. We crammed into the carriage with our packs on with numerous armpits in our faces (more so Kate's). It was about a thousand degrees and we picked the carriage with no windows. Great. Needless to say we nearly broke down at the thought of standing in this situation for an hour. I tried to think of what was worse than being on the train at that time. Just then an old woman stared playing the accordion, ...