Hotel De la Ville
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... cupola in one chapel which has stunning frescoes full of people ascending to heaven. These were done by the artist Lanfranco, who was paid by the amount of people painted..per head..so the more he fitted in the more he earned!
After a refreshing glass of wine we strolled down "Christmas Alley", the street where most of the artisans are who create the myriad figures used in the typical Napolese nativity scenes, which ...
A bit of packing was required before heading off this morning, after taking back packs to Amalfi, so we got that done before heading down to brekky at the hotel (which this time we knew was pretty average so there were no surprises). That done we had a little bit of time before we needed to be at the train station (100 metres away) so ...
... up the west coast of Italy to our final port of call, Naples. From there it is a short hop to Genoa, our port of disembarkation, arriving on the following morning. We attended a presentation on disembarkation procedures. This is the first sign that our adventure is nearly at an end.
As the World Champions quiz could only be won by a handful of teams, we all thought that only a few of them would turn up at the prize giving. How wrong we were. 21 teams took part ...
... at 5:50 PM to go on a tour of the Spanish Quarter of Naples (a favorite of our guide, Joe) and dinner at a restaurant in the city.
The hotel, Palazzo Caracciolo is beautiful, very luxurious. By contrast, the neighborhood looks a little dicey…! My room is lovely. There is a big full-size bed with a thick comforter and lots of pillows. The floor is tile and the ceilings are vaulted. The bathroom is beautiful, with a tub and 2 shower heads. I have ...
... of feet going on.
After the show, the CD came on stage and called to a member of his staff to get on stage to translate what he was saying for a group of passengers who either didn’t speak or had limited understanding of English. I wonder how they would get on in an emergency … let’s hope we never have to find out.
We went back to the cabin and hit the sack … clocks forward one hour and a “please do not disturb sign” ...