Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
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Travel Blogs from Naples
... none of us were particularly happy to be there. Next, we went along the Amalfi coast to Sorrento. This road reminded me of our 101, except that there were very steep cliffs between us and the sea. Poor George, he was sitting on the passenger side and got nervous, especially with their CRAZY driving down very narrow roads. This is the first town I felt that I would NOT drive in. It was lunch time so our driver told us he would take us to a restaurant where ...
... they were throwing rocks, oblivious to this Andrew kept walking & at this point...Yes I lost it!!!) Not a great introduction to Naples. The hotel though was clean and comfortable and once we got there, dropped our bags off and rested for a little while, we were good again. We then spent the rest of the afternoon walking down to the port and back and had a really lovely lunch and gelati along the ...
... the bus from there. We are still hurting from walking down the 1,700 steps from Nocelle to Positano. On Naples: It sucks. Really sucks. There is trash and graffiti everywhere. They drive even crazier in Naples than Rome. The mass transit system is a Charlie Foxtrot. I smelled pot (a major crime in Italy) a lot and saw a drug deal. The folks there just don't care about their community. We will not return if we can help it. On ...
Another day of gorgeous weather. Boy we really lucked out this week. It has been sunny and around 26 all week. Couldn't have asked for better weather....even the evenings are very pleasant. Today we are traveling from Naples to Santorini. Lots of blue sea, and no land to be seen. Watched a movie this morning and then did 40 mins walking around the ship...trying to burn off a few calories...but ...
... handed down from generation to generation. He drove me out to about two miles away from Salerno, where he dropped me off and continued on his business in the unknown town I was in. I walked down the mountain, wandering aimlessly. Once again, I found myself to be completely lost, hiking down a highway side. I stumbled across a shipping harbor, with gigantic cargo ships holding Italian sports cars and continued on until I found myself in the center of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed