Hotel Napolit'Amo Medina
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Very tasty! After lunch, we walked down along the water front. It is very picturesque if you don't look too closely. Along the way, we passed by a family having a BBQ. Spontaneously, they offered up a couple of bbq'd king prawns. Don't know why, but they seemed happy and we were too - they were delicious. A bit further on and we came across some kind of pizza festival. There are 50 pizza stands set up along the waterfront for a week of feasting. We will ...
... he and the Cardinals will now play a game when ever they get a chance out in the courtyard of the Vatican.
As the night went on, sounds of fireworks (and maybe even gunshots) along with horns and noise makers could be heard from all over. Sadly, four people were shot while at the game in Rome. Last we heard, they were alive but one was critical. These fans are just a bit radical to say the least! We were glad we were in for the night and done ...
... and is across the street.. Hotel has only 12 rooms and ours is on the second floor, only here in Europe they call it the first floor, with the lower level being called the main or 0 floor.
Tuesday, Sept 24
Not a good night for sleeping as our street is very noisy. Last night we had scooters roaring by until wee hours, lots of people in the streets with loud conversation and one very loud, prolonged argument. Shirley finally ...
... have a full cafeteria with a salad bar, pasta dishes, cuts of meat—you can even have a steak grilled up. All of this was sold a la carte so it can really add up. I picked up a premade salad (greens, tomatoes, mozzarella, olives, anchovies (?!!), a bowl of pineapple and a slice of Foccetta bread and it was 9,70 Euro! On my way out I bought a bag of black licorice pinwheels—yum! We arrived at the hotel in Naples at about 4 PM. We’re meeting at 5:50 ...
... but they were really interesting to see. Apparently they were made by pouring plaster in a cavity that was created by the decomposed bodies. If you looked up close on one of them you could see the toe bones. That might sound gruesome but it isn't in real life. After the sauna we got to check out the ground floor of one of the brothels. There were about 5 little rooms, think the size of a small bathroom, and at the entrance of each room, above the doorway, was a ...