Hotel des Artistes Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stop, via the narrow streets of Naples was the Church and Monastery of Santa Chiara. This was huge site in the middle of the city. The church was completely destroyed in the war but has been restored to it's very plain Norman original appearance. The monastery, however, was not damaged and was upgraded in the 18C and is famous for its ceramic tiles which cover all the pillars and walls in the ...
... what it is called, but it is the day when the nation honours those who have lost their lives in combat. We watched the wreath laying ceremony at the memorial and watched the parade, before continuing our exploration. We leave the main shopping street and head to the small alleys behind. Here there are small restaurants, grocers, butchers and fishmongers, and, as usual all the food looks great. We could spend a lot of time in Italian delis just tasting and buying and ...
... around the bustling shopping district and tried a variety of treats and pastries, none of which we particularly liked. They have a Christmas pastry called a "ba ba" everywhere; it’s a bit like a small rum cake. It’s good, but has enough rum in it that you could wring it out and take shots. Sebastian, of course, loved it. We went back to the hotel to get some sleep in preparation for our morning trip, Pompeii! ...
... sauce for his pastry..We ordered a cup of hot milk, mixed the two, and had a pretty good beverage. While in Naples we have watched the unlicensed street vendors play cat and mouse with the occasional police car driving by. But today there were two police officers on foot chasing them away. As soon police are a block away, the vendors return.
Spent the day touring Pompeii. Even after reading so much about it, and seeing photos, we were ...
... dog!" Himanshu noted that the ancient dog looked a lot like Sufie! Other highlights included Roman "snack bars" - cafeteria style places with holes for pots, and grand amphitheaters for sports and entertainment.
What struck us most is how the city planners paid so much attention to not only the physical layout of the city, but also to the patterns of social interaction and community building. In ...