Hotel Del Real Orto Botanico
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... staff rung round, found them a hotel and dropped them off to it. They didn't have to be that helpful but they were. I found walking the streets of Napoli to be more exciting than Rome and funnily enough, Napoli is a dirtier city-there is rubbish everywhere but, apart from that, I found it had a better atmosphere.
I am also embarrassed to say that I discovered they are famous for adopting skulls(gosh some Europeans are weird but ...
... got to the restaurant and found him, we must have looked desperate and dishevelled, but our luck turned around instantly. The hospitality was amazing, they brought us water, wine and pizza and sent us up to our room in an electric golf cart as accommodations are built into the steep hills overlooking the water. I was glad to be with Tracie that night as we kept each other sane and with two it feels like an adventure, with one a bit of a nightmare. ...
... 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, ...
... rulers of Naples and it was this Neapolitan Bourbon ruler that really discovered Pompeii and kept the best treasures for himself. Now these priceless artifacts are in the Naples Archeological Museum. But truthfully all I could think about was that Doctor Who caused the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius as we learned in the episode Fires of Pompeii. The next candidate for Idiot of the Cruise was completely surprised that Pompeii required a bit of walking. ...
... took in everything we could. We had been there for hours! Unrestricted hours.. it felt nice to not have to rush off anywhere. We could explore the ruins at our own pace - we liked that.
But we felt like we had accomplished a lot and seen all there was to see from the map's point of view. So we thought we could head to Herculaneum now.
All we had to do was head back to the station - jump on the metro and get off at Ercolano. And that we did. We got off ...