Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... stating of the thought I always have when entering a train that's divided into compartments seating 6 'oh it's just like Harry Potter!! Like we're riding the Hogwarts Express, man I wish I was in Harry Potter'. The highlight of the journey was when the conductor popped his head into the compartment accompanied by 2 paper bags, Pete and I both being more cynical began immediately stating that we didn't need anything thank you and no we wouldn't take them etc. while Emily was ...
... more uplifting - though there is one heck of a lot of work to do in this city to really make it great from the little we have seen so far. Still it is Sunday and things are closed and tomorrow on tour our eyes might be opened to the as yet hidden beauties!
Finally We met up with our tour group of nine. one person knows Bruce's brother and sister in law!
One guy had already had his passport pick pocketed today. They seem a nice group; time will tell. ...
... for 7 euro, and then I hit another stumbling block, having used all my cash to pay for the hostel, the shop did not take cards, so I had to go back out into the street and get cash out. I managed to do this safely and then headed back to the safety of the hostel. By the time I got back from the shopping expedition the cleaning crew had been and the streets looked a lot tidier with a massive pile of rubbish at the end of the street. I took it back to the hostel and had a feast ...
Luke's thoughts on Pompeii.
Pompeii is a Roman city that was covered in ash in 79AD when Mt Vesuvius erupted. It was very interesting and we even saw plaster casts of some people. Pompeii was grande (big). We saw laundries,bakeries and taverns (bar). The taverns had holes in the table (which was L shaped) for serving food.
There were funny things like pedestrian crossings but they were stones elevated above the level of the road. We ...
... the summit, especially at dawn, when the thermal difference between the sea and the rock is high. So at certain times of the day you are actually above the clounds.
After taking endless photos we then headed back down to Capri - by taxi of course. It was filled with shops selling everything from hand made saddles to expensive jewellery, it was crowded and reminded us of the smaller lane ways of Rome. We decided after a quick look around that we would head back ...