Grand Hotel Parker's
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... somewhere. I half expect the sign to read “You can pay with credit card, in cash, or in fingers!” The place is too expensive for me… so I head back down to the surreal ghetto scene that seems right out of a Charles Dickens novel… up a dim alley with grotesque Baroque balconies above, blackened by seemingly centuries of neglect… If I can just find a safe place to stay, I think I’m going to love this place. It’s completely ...
... spacious room, updating this and planning tomorrow's assault on the artworld of Naples.
Now what we didn't tell you was that we have two friends with us: Liam, the most travelled leprechaun in Ireland, and Sarah, Joy's cherished teddy. It's been fifty years since Sarah was blessed by the then Pope, so we thought it high time she was "done" again, on Christmas Day in St Peters. So here is a photo of the two of them snuggling up, plus some more from ...
... out with. Great food, amazing apple flavored ice cream and stopped for a drinks after before heading back to the hostel. Most of them were Australian so we spent a lot of time laughing about the differences between Australia and Europe. Such as factor 50+ sunblock and how it is apparently impossible to get a good steak in Europe. Anyway. That was my day. Pretty good but a bit more spontaneous than I'm used to!
... century with the first modifications done in the fifth century. On our walk fruit was being sold along the street. We bought a kilo of cherries for 2 Euro and bought a bottle of water for 25 cents to wash them. We ate them in a park in the old city. We found the old town with its cobbled narrow streets and ancient apartments with some from the Roman times. Naples is the oldest city in Europe. We bought sandwich makings and ate sandwiches and drank beer on our accommodation ...
... climb up wasn't so steep but with all the volcanic rocks that we had to walk on it was very difficult to get a grip but after the 1 hour climb we finally made it. The view from the top out towards the ocean wasn't the best as it looked like the sky was full of smog but the view of the crater of Mt. Vesuvius was very cool, the crater was so big (at least 400m wide) and so deep, very good view.
The final stop was Pompeii and his place was huge, I ...