Hotel Del Real Orto Botanico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... of pretty little shops selling all manner of gifts and souvenirs. We buy chocolates after tasting some of them and then find a little coffee shop for our daily Wi-Fi fix. The Canadian family beat us back to the mini-bus which mildly impresses Peter and I. Almost all of the others are back on time but concerns are raised when Susan doesn’t show up. Her husband is there and said she was just behind him when she nipped into a shop and said she would ...
... been soo much better with a bit of work done.
We then drove on to Sant' Agata dei Goti where we were taken on a tour of a very old wine cellar belonging to one family down the generations, this was followed by lunch in a restaurant where it was very old and traditional and we were the only people there. Course after course arrived accompanied by wines from the cellar we had just visited. Antipasto- huge homemade range, a warm salad using beans and zucchini ...
... the duomo, were closed -- seemed weird for a Sunday). There's perhaps a little more graffiti than in most European cities I've been in, but Europe generally has a problem with that. The pastry shops had some very excellent delectables and the castles were nice to look at (the Castel of the Egg and the Castel Nuovo were both closed; we didn't go up to Sant'Elmo).
After several hours of walking around and getting wet (only one ...
... rooms. So awesome!! There were also large theaters with the majority of seating still immaculate and dressing rooms off to the side. Other areas were less preserved with walls falling down but you could still see the floor plan and how the houses interconnected.
The coolest part though was seeing the casts of the people who died at the time of eruption. I had thought the casts were the actual remains of the people but not quite. When the people ...
... We also saw a secret tunnel that the nuns and monks used to use to get together at night so they could "pray really hard" according to the guide (haha).
After that tour, I began walking south towards the San Carlo opera house. I began to realize that as I went closer to the water, the streets became nicer and nicer. Naples was growing on me, and it has been all day. It turns out that I am just located in a relatively ****** area, and that ...