Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and Sonia reasurred us that "everyone knows where Ciro a Mergelina is". The flat is right above the restaurant but it doesn't open its doors until 8pm. Famous, or not, our kids won't wait until 8pm for their tea, so we will never know if their reputation was well deserved, or not. Napoli, the home of pizza. We walked into the piazza just around the corner from our flat and enjoyed some of the local fare. Very flat, crispy crust, a bit of tomato sauce and ...
... so also stop for a quick coffee. When we stop Ricardo stops at a local roadside place and we all sit down. Once we are seated and this is only for about 30 seconds this guy appears ( I think he popped out of the bushes ) and started playing a piano accordion . Rod and I are are laughing and I have to put my sunnies back on so people can't see me. Rod then goes inside to order coffee and buy Rory some disgusting orange fake fanta ( well it did not taste or look ...
... many amazing sculptures and tons of mosaics and wall paintings from Pompeii including the Alexander Mosiac-eeh!!! I was in my geeky element. By the time we'd finished though we were exhausted after very little sleep and lots of walking. We went back, had a nap and finally ate some pizza! After we headed into Naples Central to check out some of the sights and the shore. Looking forward to Pompeii ...
... taking in views of Mt. Vesuvius along the way. The ocean views are breathtaking and while the beaches are rocky, they look so inviting! Wish we had scheduled a little beach time today.... But hopefully will have a beach day when we return to Barcelona. There is simply too much to see to actually sit back and relax. Just stopped in the town of Sorrento and I fell in love! Will definitely try to come back and just spend a week or two here. I love everything about ...
... a restaurant our guide had organised a special menu at. Some more seafood! Time to hit the shops and check out the local goods! We then had a wine tasting of the Amalfi wines, all grapes that are local and not known to us. One variety was from 300 year old vines that they can't get to regrow so will only last another 30 or so years. We walked up the road a bit to the next area of positano and had dinner overlooking ...