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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... taxi rank. After a short wait we were loaded into our appropriate white official taxi and made the shortish journey to our hotel, at a reasonable price with a friendly non english speaking driver.
The Hotel Golfo is in a narrow cobbled street and is clean, friendly and comfortable. We have room 304, which is hidden away from the main corridor and has its own exit to the rooftop patio! Once we had settled in we set off to explore Naples, which ...
... interclub match, Napoli would be a good suggestion. Sea views.
Napoli - Some, not many, apartment buildings looked lovely, renovated and colourful.
Where are the bikes? - Napoli had bike racks ready for bikes but unlike Ljubljana we did not see any cyclists. Not a surprise once you have seen the roads and motorists.
Our hotel in Napoli. - Tall and slim, but very elegant. No the hotel not Simon.
... museum as a class. It is one of the biggest archaeological museums in the world, holding artifacts from all over Italy. We only had a few hours to explore there before heading back to Rome.
Overall awesome trip. Our next and last big field trip will involve 5 days of traveling in Northern Italy. Soon to come: updates on my first round of reviews and more weekend trip adventures!
Well after many hours in airports and many hours in the air, we finally arrived in Naples at 8pm Canberra time. I got a bit of sleep on the plane but Pete didn't so he's pretty knackered. We've had a bit of a wander around Naples, an early dinner and we're both looking forward to a good night's sleep. Tomorrow we're off to ...
... most interesting part of the museum is the "Secret Room" which is actually a very well known room full of "secret" (pornographic) stuff! It has all the statues, paintings, and mosaics from the brothels of Pompei (apparently brothels were popular back in the day). The art served as both a "menu" of the brothel and was meant to be educational. It was very interesting!! And while it certainly was not stuff that you would see in a "normal" museum in the states, it really wasn't ...