Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... lost 2,000 ft off the top & 4 towns were destroyed. In 1592 they started to escavate, it is now 2/3rds done. The town was 115 acres, had 8 gates & 16 towers, the road runs from East to West, noticed that they had water pipes, these were made of lead, which naturally caused lead posioning ! Walked through town saw the remains of houses, the red light district & the forums, really impressive.
Back on the bus for a short ...
Took a fast train (1h10m) to Naples from Rome, then a very slow/hot/crowded train (40m) to Pompeii. Walking through the site was fairly interesting, we had audioguides which were helpful. Lots of parts of the town were closed off for some reason, so we couldn't get to the villa dei misteri or the amphitheatre, which was disappointing.
After a good few hours wandering around we ...
... two peaks, with the center about 800 feet above the harbor. After about 20 minutes of climbing, we made it to al centro and were able to explore some of the city. We also made it to Anacapri, situated on the other side of the mountain on one of the peaks. At a higher elevation, it really gave us some great views from the cliff face. With it being the off season, not much was open so it gave us a lot of time ...
... Brindisi, where we caught an overnight ferry to Corfu from. Luckily we all had rooms on the boat, so we could get a few hours sleep before having to wake up at 3am to get off the boat at 3:30. Some other people on the boat weren't so lucky, and they set up little sleep sites on the floor in the hallways... Dinner on the boat was extremely expensive. My meal of a salad and pasta was 17€. It tasted okay. Would definitely bring my own food ...
... from our hotel, right on the Piazza Bellini. We already had a snack there in the afternoon, and went back in the evening, after the museum. The piazza was clean on a Saturday evening, and there were lots of students from the University of Naples who hang out in various cafes and bars around the square. A tiny street around the corner was leading to the ancient city wall gates; there were many bookshops and bookstands there. I couldn’t resist to buy a minibook ...