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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... so deep that they are well below sea level. At one point we needed to take a candle each and squeeze through a tunnel that was 0.5m wide, 7m high and 100m long. It was definitely not a tour for the claustrophobic!
Next we were taken to see the remains of an old roman theater that, over time, ended up being integrated into the city. The backstage area was rediscovered when an old lady wanted to extend her wine cellar, knocking downs a wall and exposing a large open ...
... Next, on a return trip from Capri several days later, we wanted to return to Naples earlier. Although we had been told by the ticket agent we could return at an earlier time, the ferry operator refused because the "Don" on the Capri pier was not allowing people to move up their return trips without paying a $3.00 per person charge. Finally, I was walking down the street to go on a tour when a guy on a moped pulled up in front of me at a ...
... is Palazzo Caracciolo and it is quite palatial, literally. Apparently it started its life as a Palace then was converted into a hotel. It is right on the edge of the old, historic centre of Naples and that made for an interesting walk after we had checked in and freshened up. Just near our hotel there was a long, narrow street (they are all narrow, actually) where all the vendors sold nothing ...
Our driver had to call the hotel and then still stop to ask several people to figure out where to find Hotel Decumani de Charme, perhaps not a good sign. As were we were approaching our area it appeared to get seedier and edgier, perhaps another bad sign? As we turned down a narrow graffiti lined alleyway filled with garbage and laundry and saw the small red flag with our hotel name on it I feared I had made a real mistake in booking this ...
... hike along the rugged coastline. We got a bit lost and short of time and we`re running out of time so we cut back towards the roads on a little used path through some deep bush where we saw an enormous snake in a tree. After finding our way through the brush, we got to the road and asked a couple who were picking olives for directions. We had a very nice conversation with them. They were sorry not to be able to offer us coffee and cake ...