Hotel Domus Flegrea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s spectacular. We make a couple of stops along the way at various scenic points which is pretty much every point along the way. Our North American friends wince at how narrow the roads are and that cars pass each other at full speed only inches apart. We are unperturbed. We finally arrive into Positano. We park at the top of the town and given time to go off and explore. We find ourselves walking down the pretty streets towards the bottom. We have no real ...
Off to naples we go this morning- we leave around 9am so we have more time to see the city but by the time we get buses and trains to the main terminal we don't arrive in Napoli until late afternoon. NAPLES... WOW haha I have no idea what to say about naples! First of all our hostel had large iron gates, jason tried to tell me they were to keep the cats out (clearly they were not). Gypsys everywhere Grungy as all hell lol We had booked two ...
... a lane outside of the city walls, lined by large tombs of the rich); the city walls and watchtowers; the house of Faun, which houses a copy of a very recognisable mosaic of Alexander the Great in the Battle of Issus; the small theatre, in which I was treated to a brief impromptu outburst of operatic Italian (sung remarkably well) by a member of a Japanese tour group, as I sat eating my lunch - the acoustics were great; the large amphitheatre and the Villa of Mysteries. Among the ...
... wrote a lovely message. We had a couple of photos with them and then headed off. It has been a brilliant time there.
We got to the Hertz office right at the station half an hour before our train which left at 11:05 so that was quite comfortable. We didn't have reserved seats on this train because it was a regional one, only our Eurail pass. We got on with the bags and fitted them in easily as it wasn't a full train which was nice. Then Greg felt ...
... was breathtaking and seeing Mt Vesuvius in the background of the city was even cooler, that this volcano could be so pretty but so lethal was such a juxtaposition, and while it was so unfortunate that the city had to be lost it was so fortunate that it could be preserved so well. Brilliant experience! Sadly however we missed out on seeing an ancient Brothel! We only heard of its existence after talking to other travelers but apparently there is still remains of ...