Hotel Astoria Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a fun way to sample the best of the dessert case as well.
As we could see the end in sight we made our way to our sixth stop of the evening, a Gelato shop along the main shopping street in the newer area of downtown Naples. This shop had all kinds of interesting and unique flavors to choose from and while I was not very adventurous in my selections, Bree did try a creamy pistachio flavor that was really interesting. The pistachios were grown in ...
... two countries so the passengers are an interesting lot, a lot of back packers who just sleep on the floor and truckies who just look scary. We have a contiki tour on board with us but so far the kids seem to be behaving I think it's all of us that that are noisier. ...it's a long trip over to Greece, about 16 hours I think so with no TV and no internet it's going to be a long trip. Drug dealer Don has given me some anti inflammatory tablets to fix these damn feet of mine, ...
This is one of the highlights of the whole visit to Italy for me. Imagine our distress when we went to leave in the morning and the hotel told us that there was a train strike going on and we couldn’t get there! We had to take a taxi the entire way for the outrageous price of E 70. It was incredibly irritating, but we decided to just let it roll off of us and enjoy our day. We finally arrived and it didn’t ...
16.2 kms, 13 hours
I haven't had a whole lot of interaction with my fellow travellers at the hostel, just an occasional "where are you from?" But this evening a young fellow strikes up a conversation, and his nationality really makes my ears perk up
“I’m from Libya” he tells me. No, he’s not a war refugee—he actually was studying college in Dubai and before that he was ...
I've done the bus trip before down to Amalfi but still my stomach was churning and I was unable to prevent startled groans, much to Caitlin's disgust ("Try jumping out of a plane, Mum"), as the driver skillfully negotiated the narrow road clinging to cliffs hundreds of metres above the sea. It was a cloudy, showery day and there were only a few other people on the bus. Most of them got off at Positano while we continued on to Amalfi. I had thought we might then catch the bus ...