Hotel des Artistes Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... using the space to dispose of their rubbish. A newly found use became apparent for the aqueduct when it was partly cleaned out and used as a bomb shelter in the Second World War. It was sad to see toys that remained and imagine the grim life lead by children playing below. Some sections of the space are inaccessible to this day, some due to collapse and some due to still being filled with rubbish. It was so interesting to go down below and have a look around the tunnels, some ...
... than 2 miles away, the taxi driver wanted to charge me $20.00 for the $11.00 fixed rate trip. After we objected loudly and firmly, a "Don" came over and listened to our argument and told the taxi driver to accept our offer for $12 euros--- still over the fixed rate. Then upon arrival at the hotel, while I was entitled to a free room upgrade, the front desk clerk nevertheless checked with "someone in the back" who decided to allow the upgrade ...
... the last time we were in Naples. The pizza didn't disappoint. The base was thin, the crust chewy, the tomato sauce divine and that Buffalo mozzarella cheese!! A simple meal, but one of those meals you remember for ever. We then found a taxi to take us to our hotel and got ripped off for our 3 minute trip to our hotel. Our own fault because we should have confirmed the cost before we got into the cab. ...
... when we got on to the island. Al is now famous on Capri for his swimming prowess. We all took the bus to the tip of the island where there was a litlle inlet and some platforms for beaching and a ladded into a very wavy sea for the more adventurous. Al showed a few of the Italians how to time the waves in order to climb back up the ladder out of the sea.
While Al was swimming and the others were enjoying the sun, Nina and I went ...
I think we are just starting to savor the joy of being here. We think about going to another hillside town by bus but decide to have another slow wander about day instead. We walk along main street to the main Piazza by the Duomo. We wanted to check out the 1000 year old bronze door and when we get up the stairs, there is a Mass going on. This means we can respectfully see the inside for free instead of all the other times when they charge you. ...