- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... your cookies, imagine the same ride, three times as long and only half the width. All I could think of on the way up was the ride back down when tour buses were going to be coming up.
We had a plan that he would wait for us – for 2 hours, then return us to the city. Now on foot, we set off on a steep pathway of powdered lava. It took us a little less than hour to climb to the top AND we were the first visitors of the day ...
... board to list our platform and then rolled there. Once there beside the train we couldn't work out how to locate our carriage number as no numbers were apparent. Sooooo- I asked a man walking along the platform... and that was a mistake. First he tried to get us to go down a staircase to somewhere else which we resisted then he and another stranger said it was the wrong train. We ended up back at a departure board which after much discussion didn't list a ...
... br> With plans to visit at least one castle and a few museums, I got up early and had a croissant and espresso for breakfast, standing up, in a tiny bar just around the corner from the place I’d stayed. My host Tamara showed me the way to the funicular railway for getting up to the hilltop Castel Sant’Elmo, overlooking the whole of Naples. On the way to the funicular station we had a quick peek into an apartment building, the ground storey of which was built in the ...
I had major reservations about going to Naples. I had heard so many negative things about it because of the pickpockets, that when it came to it I didn't actually want to go. However I am so glad I did. The hostel was probably what made the my visit so enjoyable. I was only there for two nights, but I would have stayed longer if I hadn't of already booked my ferry to Croatia. The hostel itself is pretty standard, but ...
... be. With so many prisoners of war and no place to put them, the Romans began making them fight each other for entertainment. Eventually it evolved into a professional sport to which free men would enlist themselves.
Anyways- afterwards we went out to the training arena. We did a brief warm up and then I was given a wooden gladius. I learned a few striking sequences and we drilled them for about a half an hour. After I had them down, he smiled ...