Galassia Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Ospedaletto D'alpinolo
... We wandered the forum and 'political' bascillica and fish and meat markets. The most moving part was seeing the bodies of people caught in the act of trying to flee - covering their face, the leather belt and sandal clearly outlined. The dog that was tied up and trying desperately to free itself. Some of these unfortunate people's bones are very clear and complete. How lucky we were to be there without the heat of summer reflecting off the ...
... good comes the "not so good". We were dropped off at the Green Grotto. You disembark onto a small dock with the other tourists who have also been dropped off/abandoned. You pay your 5 Euros pp and wait in line. Once inside the cave there are a group of young men in row boats taking groups of about 12 in each boat in a space about the size of a small swimming pool around in a circle. The reason it is called the Green Grotto is that there are ...
... waiting, we met a lady from Florida who was on an organized tour but doing a side trip to Pompei on her own. We compared lots of notes about places we’d already been.
When the train arrived, it was packed. Of course we had our suitcases to contend with as well. The 40 or so minute ride standing up could have been worse but we were able to chat more with the Floridian lady (who was a hoot) and a couple of tourists from Australia to pass the time.
... Naples before our 4pm train to Rome. The next train was cancelled and we ended up leaving at 2:45!!)
Anyway back to today ... We were already awake, but if not we would have been woken at 6:45 by the campanile bells. Not sure if it will happen every morning or if this is just for Sunday. Mum will be interested to know that we have huckabuck towels here (no towelling ones). They are at least full size and dry quite well, but I remember mum commenting about them years ago on ...
... boat on our port side. The only solution, take off the mounting, and drop the anchor into the water. A very agile, and muscular crew man from this neighboring boat, leaped between their boat and Millie, and helped us rectify the what could have been a very bad problem -- and quite costly for Milena, should her anchor have penetrated the skin of our larger neighbor. No sooner had we settled in, then Frederick appeared with his bag, and a nap-sack ------ he was leaving ...