Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We've come to a place called Naples. What a strange name for a city?
Kate took me to a huge hole some dog has dug under the city and buried some really strange stuff. There are cars and motor bikes and statues of people here. What are these dogs thinking?
There was a huge park to run around in, ...
... finally getting into our right accommodation and me explaining that we were not going to be paying the full price we set off for Mount Vesuvius. We caught the metro out and then took a taxi up to the highest part they can, which is 800m from the top of the crater. The road up was rather narrow and very windy and the driver wasn't shy when it came to the speed. I started to get a bit sick from it and Dad Davidson was a bit worried about their overtaking practises! We walked the ...
Having breaky I head out to see Madrid. First impressions are great. I walk to the train station and get a ticket for Barcelona in two days. Walking up to the star bucks I walk pasted for my first soy chai latte I've had since leaving home and it was great. Getting the lay of the land while I have coffee I head for the Plaza Mayor. Trying to find a sim ...
... were street vendors selling all sorts of touristy items though the surroundings were definitely not the fancy tourist area. We meandered along for a while, stopping to get amazing Nutella gelato which must have been 80% Nutella and Granita which is like icy slushies. So good and because it was super hot we bought so many of them and bottles of water. Soon it was time for our first bit of pizza which was of course delicious and a journey underneath an ancient ...
... Vesuvius, as it was a national park, the only way up was in a unimog. Rhys, quite confused and very disappointed, purchased two tickets and we parked our bikes. We had half an hour to wait till the next unimog left so we walked down the road in search for something to eat, however there was not much around other than hotels, which looked very closed. We walked up to one gate and a man very enthusiastically said they had a restaurant, running short of time we ordered two ...