Hotel Art Resort Galleria Umberto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
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... ate. He said it was very good and not too expensive. Nicolas said he would park his van in a parking lot with ample parking. We waited for a shuttle from the restaurant to pick us up. I didn't quite understand why we had to be shuttled but we waited just a couple of minutes. OMGoodness, what an adventure! The road we took was not even 8 feet wide. AND, it was NOT one way! Furthermore, this road was shared with pedestrians. George said there was no way he ...
... across to get there but because we didn't really plan our trip well, we only had a day there and couldn't really do anything because we got there too late in the day. However, Capri was absolutely stunning and the ferry ride was really enjoyable. Just walking around Capri was enough and we did get to set foot in the Mediterranean which was a cool moment. I also bought Limoncello from here since, like a lot of areas in Italy, there were beautiful lemon trees ...
... watching a few movies with some friends at the hostel. After a good sleep, our adventure began. Our original plan for our day in Naples was the go see the ruin city of Pompeii, and climb up Mount Vesuvius. A group of us from the hostel, including six Canadians and two Australians, all took the train from the station towards the volcano! We started trekking up the winding streets, and tried following signs pointing towards the base. After about half an hour of ...
We started early taking a high speed train to Naples. Giuseppe D'Angelo met us at the train station and we headed off for an interesting driving tour of the town of Naples.
Giuseppe provided the history and significance of the major building of Naples including Plebiscito Square. The square contains the Naples Royal Palace and the Church of San Francesco di Paola. There are many beautiful churches and ...
... again before I left.
But I decide I'm here now, and I'm best to make the most of my day, rather than dwell on my annoyance. So we tour the island with a mass of other boats, being shown the steep cliff faces, a cave with a rock the shape of Mother Mary, large stalignites appearing to hang like jewels from cave entrances, back into an emerald water grotto, see where Tiberius launched people into the sea, are pointed out a beach for bambino (baby) making as it's ...