Hotel Art Resort Galleria Umberto
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... well maintain (tracks and train cars) I believe the USA populous would embrace rail travel as the Europeans seem to take for granted. We took the underground Metro from the train station to our hotel. The Line we took is not that old. The environment in the subway is clean, colorful, and a bit of Art Deco. Although we made it with our luggage with little trouble, we'll be taking a taxi from our hotel back to the train station -- the Metro is a bit much for two seniors ...
The Castel was huge and the 360 degree views from the Parapets of Napoli and the Bay of Naples were stunning. Given the high sun and glare we probably don't have a photo that does it justice.
Time now for some culture. Headed off to the Archeological museum as they have Pompeii relics removed from the actual site, so we thought we'd get a head start on our planned trip there. The mosaics in this museum were fascinating and the statues are impressive too. ...
But by now we were fighting off hawkers trying to sell us cell phone cases in every color and style imaginable, umbrellas, Faux designer sunglasses and of course that great priced Louie, Gucci or Prada bag. Geeez dudes, leave us alone. As we were sitting on steps across from the Duoma, looking at the structure and simply people watching, Mike had the idea since he was being bombarded with beggars to just act like one. He held his hand out to ...
... to remind ourselves (and each other) that it was a real city, and not a replica or imagined interpretation built by Disney or Universal studios. The sheer size of the city, the amount of it still intact - just fascinating. We got to tour the streets, a grand house, shops, the theatre, and more. We walked through the ancient city for almost 2 hours and were really able to get a sense for life in Roman times. When the tour finished we were given 20 more minutes to ...
... asked 'sandwich?' and as it was close to 1pm we said ok. She proceeded to make us absolutely delicious deli sandwiches with tomato, olive oil drizzled instead of butter, prosciuttto , dried basil, lettuce and thick slabs of mozzarella in chewy (not dry crunchy thankfully) bread buns. Just perfect sitting outside in the sun eating them.
After we finished wandering to near the bottom and then a bit up the other side, we caught the bus ...