Grand Hotel Europa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Hotel Europa Naples
Although this hotel certainly isn't the Ritz, I was definitely pleased with my experience. The staff was so accommodating and helpful and everyone spoke English very well. My room was tiny and had an old TV with a VCR attached, but I didn't care because I wasn't looking for a place to hang out. If you are looking for a safe place to sleep and keep your luggage and you are on a budget, this is a great option.
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Naples: It was the best of cities, it was the worst of cities. Well ... it wasn't really the best of cities.
Hello again, Blogonauts!
On Saturday the express train carried our merry band from Rome to Naples. More than anything else, I was struck the mountainous scenery along the way.
And once we lugged ourselves from the …
... us down so we waited in the rain until they arrived. Then we rode down the mountain to find our bus. There was one family from our group that had been held at the top because of the storm so the rest of us waited at the transfer point for them.
Then, one we were all together we headed to lunch at a vineyard where we were served breads, dry sausage, cheese, spaghetti and pastiera.
After our delicious lunch we boarded the bus to Pompeii. In 75 BC ...
... Martino Museum, a former monastery now housing a load more Renaissance paintings, frescoes and an impressive collection of much larger examples of the aforementioned nativity scenes, including one with over 100 characters that was around 4m wide and 3m deep, housed in a 6m high glass case. Returning to town on the funicular I headed through the crowded streets and busy squares towards Archaelogy Museum and then the Capella san Severo, another church that was recommended to me by ...
... themselves. These
were definitely the most moving of the artefacts we saw that day.
Although there was only a few on display.
When we were done looking around, we
made our way back to Naples. We had about an hour to grab some pizza
in the city it was invented before running back to the train-station
to catch our ride home.
lots of love,
Andrew and Lizzie x
There was a little booklet describing the routes one could take depending on how long they planned to stay. I was astonished to see that there were routes for 2 hours, 4 hours and 6 hours duration – I had no idea the site was so big! I had heard of Pompeii, of course, and was looking forward to seeing a city buried under a huge mound of volcanic ash from Mount Vesuvius nearby. I’d also seen pictures of plaster casts of the victims who’d ...