Domina Home Royal
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... returned the greeting somewhat bemused until re realised she was bidding us a good new year. "Bon Anno" with a thick Italian accent. Nice chick she was. So what was our next step ......... Neil and I decided to go and try to find a hotel for the night while John and Maxine watched the luggage sheltering in a stone alcove which is used for a phone box. They looked like 2 grenadier guards without their rifles!! We commenced going up hill from where we were but then realised we couldn't ...
... happy. They had free wifi so he was able to watch replays of the Grand Final on my note book and I sunned with a book. I tried a midori sour as my refreshment - midori in lemon granita, not bad!
At dinner last night our young waiter had told us about Guido who worked in this bar, who was his pseudo uncle, so Phil introduced himself and Guido wanted to wear Phil's Australian hat and got someone to take a photo.
Every one was ...
... through steep, winding streets past charming Italian shops and restaurants. This is truly an Italian city! I would recommend it to anyone coming to Italy! For dinner we shared calamari and eggplant parmesan. Wow, was it delicious! After dinner we walked about halfway back to our hotel to a bar/restaurant with an incredible view of the city at night. We shared a carafe of wine and then turned in for the ...
... always land on their feet so it would be ok…lol.
After getting settled into our BEAUTIFUL and CLEAN room, we decided to go to one of the restaurants that Angelo recommended for our Mother’s Day dinner. It was Trattoria La Tagliata located a short walk uphill from Mamma Rosa’s.
There we were greeted with a family type hospitality and had the most wonderful meal of our trip so far…and quite possibly ever for that matter. There is no menu at ...
... of a church where we are. We decide to go and see if we can find the entrance, visit it, and figure out where we are from there. We walk up a few blocks and turn right towards the church. The street also happens to be the one we were looking for to turn left on. The church turns out to be the Duomo of Naples and San Gennaro. I know San Gennaro only by the fact that every year when i was growing up in Mew York, there was a festival of San Gennaro. Now I am here and will find out ...