Decumani Hotel de Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Some thoughts on Italy:
-What is with the whole being a tourist makes you a target to get screwed monetarily? I mean, we're already here willing to spend our money in the country. Why must we feel like we've been taken advantage of each time we pay for a taxi when they say it will cost 1 Euro per bag on top of the fare. Sometimes I feel …
Naples was everything I expect in an Italian city and more. What a place, I loved it. It is scruffy and noisy. It has magnificent buildings and steep narrow streets with six or seven storey high buildings all with green shutters, small balconies and washing hanging out. We just wandered around with no plan. We came across the Cloisters of Santa Chiara with its octagonal ceramic pillars decorated with majolica ...
... her friend Sasha to another part of Naples. We wandered around and explored more of Naples. The Royal Palace, Cattedrale di San Gennaro, and the underground tunnels which had only opened 4 years earlier. The history of the underground is interesting - Greeks dug deep into the ground starting at the end of the prehistoric era to extract the tufa which would help to build the city walls and temples. During the Augustan age, Romans continued on digging ...
... noise was of the volcano, but then the rain came and I felt safe again.
In my room I'm sharing with a couple of girls from Scotland/America who I bumped into in Pompeii... They had arrived much later than me and came back a little later too, only, their train broke down so they actually got back to Naples really late! I'm also sharing with a really lovely French girl. She was here working about a year ago, and she is back again now for what sounds like an apprenticeship, ...
... with large rooms and then there was what looked like a church but it was actually where prizes were presented to the athletes. Across from here was a statue of Minerva in the centre of a large cavern.
It's also interesting to see the construction of the columns. They are different brick designs which are then covered in plaster and then with marble or plaster which was then painted. The individual house's bathing areas were also very interesting with separate men’s ...