Travel Blogs from Naples
... Penne Siciliana, pasta with aubergines, tomatoes and cheese, it was my favourite pasta dish so far. Three weeks into my placement and I can officially say I now drink coffee. I may need a bit of sugar and a splash (ok a lot!) of milk but I really enjoy it. I've not quite advanced to being able to drink espressos but maybe one day! I also squeezed in a glass of Prosecco (I was told I must before leaving Italy!) and managed to get a few free nibbles along with it! ...
... Walked around people watching and ran into a place where all these cats had congregated "cat house?" . It was kinda creepy. Ended up at an English Pub watching soccer. A man was with his wife and daughter seated near us, he took a drink of his wine and apparently it went down the wrong pipe and he choked with such force he blew his wife's hair back across from him an showered her with wine. ...
... tripadvisor, hostelworld, etc. based entirely on the customer service he provides in an otherwise uninviting city.
Tomorrow we will make a trip to the ruins of Pompeii, and undoubtedly I will be overcome with joy because [too] many years of my life were spent following Caecilius around the forum, baths, and Ampitheatre in the Cambridge Latin books. Tomorrow I will finally get to say 'Vale Caecilius!'
In the meantime, bonum nocte sectatores!
... but it really does grow on you. I am off to have some pasta and vino! Ciao! Buona sera! I just have to update this tonight! I decided to head the other direction for a bite to eat and what a scene I found!!! I'm not sure what little piazza it was, but within a few yards of my quiet hotel was a bustling area filled with young and youthful, all enjoying their night. Sitting at a few of the bars that had patios or just on the stone benches. All the ...
... the New Year as bands play and politicians make speeches. It seems that lighting Chinese lanterns and sending them to the sky—perhaps with wishes attached, I don’t know—is the thing to do here. I notice the bottles of champagne and warn Emaddine that everybody’s probably going to pop those corks at the same time, soaking everyone’s jackets in alcohol—and we don’t have any clean jackets to change into… ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility