- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... climb higher. We stop for lunch at a local restaurant with spectacular views out over the Gulf of Salerno. Peter and I order antipasti and then I have the most gorgeous Pasta Pomodoro. For me there is nothing better in life than pasta with a simple tomato sauce, especially when cooked like this. We leave the restaurant and drive back to Naples feeling very tired. I think it is a combination of all the walking and the delicious food we had. It’s very ...
... your sailor boy eh?' Had to laugh, and I wish I had bought those photos now because that was about as enjoyable as that morning got for me..... I had decided to explore Naples on my own as the shore excursion prices were ridiculous. I would have liked to have a trip to the Almalfi coast but not for 300 bucks! The ship docked right in the old town and given the size of the bloody thing I figured I would never lose sight of it so getting lost ...
... about it until they got of the train at the next stop.
Eventually I arrived in Naples just on dark. Stepping out of the train station there was defiantly a dingy tinge to the place, it looked run down and a bit derelict, there was a lot of rubbish on the ground and few unsavory characters hanging around. With every zip on my bags locked with a padlock I set off for the hostel which was on the other side of the square from the train station so ...
Spent the day today at Pompeii. It was even better than either of us were expecting. The place is huge! We walked for 6 hours but still didn't managed to see everything. It really was an entire city and being at the base of Vesuvius must have been terrifying when the volcano erupted. A few grisly scenes of how people ...
... this design descended from Roman army encampments all laid out precisely the exact same way everywhere for centuries so that any Roman soldier could instantly orient himself in a military camp anywhere in the Empire. The major north-south camp thoroughfare was named the Cardo or Cardo Maximus, from which we derive the English word cardiac for vertical arteries related to the heart. The intersection of ...