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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wander a bit further, stopping to grab a cheap pizza, just to give him some time to think. I’ve had a lot of people tell me they want to learn guitar—only maybe 1 in 50 actually sticks to it long enough to actually learn! But Emaddine seems serious, so we ask around for a music store and within 30 minutes… there’s now two of us wandering the streets of Napoli with guitars strapped to our backs! And now it’s time to make a decision: where to ...
... br> tourists and locals. Cars and motorcycles zoomed by with little regard for pedestrians. Nearing our hotel, we opted for the restaurant next door, L’ETTO. One look at the wonderful array of roasted vegetables had us sold.
We grabbed our bags and headed by taxi to the port where we caught a local bus to our destinations. We traversed through the clogged streets of the ancient city of Napoli as ...
... organised to line up for the ship to Lipari on time, we encountered several problems from trying to pay to get out of the car park, to finding our way back to the ferry terminal and finally to picking up our tickets for the ship that Maria's cousin had purchased on our behalf. Not being put off by yet another "Griswald" experience we finally settled ourselves onboard and waited to sail off for the mayhem of ...
... the lines of: If Italy has the best pizza in the world and Napoli has the best pizza in Italy and Da Michele has the best pizza in Napoli, so I am eating the best pizza in the whole world! And she wasn't wrong -- then. I visited a few years after the book was published but a couple years before the movie. And like I said before, the pizza was incredible. Phenomenal. Life-altering. Holy ****, it was amazing. <>
Laura and I wait for our ...
... s amazing considering the town was buried in 20m of volcanic ash almost 2000 years ago. Most of the ruins are houses, shops and streets, along with the Basilica (which means the kings house), the Temple of Jupiter and many other important, official buildings. We even went into a brothel, complete with carvings of the names of the ladies, their price lists and frescoes painted on the walls of pictures of what their specialty was! They've been able to ...