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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Thankfully for our Italian SIM card, we had internet access and could look up the address of our hostel and track the course that the cabbie was taking because he wasn't quite sure of the address. We got there with no worries though the the driver seemed nice. That is until he tried to double our fare, saying that he had to add on tax and bag fees! The taxi metre displayed a fee of €7, Dane handed him and €20 note and the taxi driver wanted to give ...
... sauce as the main meal and tiramisu. We walked along the narrow, steep and winding lanes down to the ferry pier, for the crossing to the island of Capri.
Upon arriving in Capri, we were driven into the village by minibus. A hair-raising trip along very narrow lanes with tight bends. After a visit to the Gardens of Augustus, we did a little shopping, before a cable car ride down to the pier for the ferry ride back to ...
... these were amazing - and there was so many of them. Apparently museums in New York and London also house some because they bought them in 1906 when they were discovered. I reckon they should give them back to Italy, just as museums from around the world should give what was taken from the Parthenon back to Greece. We then saw the exhibition of the every-day items from Pompeii and Herculaneum. These were very beautiful and the designs of ...
While at Pompeii we purchased two site tickets (Pompeii and Herculaneum) not realizing how vast Pompeii was and how exhausted we all would be after our visit. Thus we never made it to the second site and decided to find our hotel instead. On our last day we made the decision to split up. Anne and her parents took the walking tour of our area, Spaccanapoli, and Steve and Kevin and I decided to take the ...
... of the traffic movements, crossing the street in Naples is indeed dangerous business.
So Naples was quite a contrast to sleepy Tropea, what the seaside town had become the last week we were there. That was great for we really enjoy the energy of busy cities, like New York. But I must say that I started to have second thoughts about how much time we had committed to staying in Rome, having never been there myself, if Naples was ...