Hotel des Artistes Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people I've known and loved for years?) there was a train to catch, or a shuttle, or shuttle train, call it what you will and so all my efforts to speed past my fellow arrivies were all for naught as we all grouped and awaited the train, fortunately it didn't take too long, but any delay at that point seemed like too much. I was pleased that the immigration process was divided between EU passports and non-EU passports as the non-EU line, to which I belonged, was far ...
... none of us were particularly happy to be there. Next, we went along the Amalfi coast to Sorrento. This road reminded me of our 101, except that there were very steep cliffs between us and the sea. Poor George, he was sitting on the passenger side and got nervous, especially with their CRAZY driving down very narrow roads. This is the first town I felt that I would NOT drive in. It was lunch time so our driver told us he would take us to a restaurant where ...
... the windows. I imagine myself walking in and having some snob of a salesperson look at me with a disapproving stare like the scene in Pretty Woman. I would probably resort to something very immature like pull off all of the tags on the clothes if someone treated me that way. So, to avoid the embarrassment, Jason and I did our browsing from the street.
We had lunch at a quaint café overlooking the ocean. We enjoyed their free internet ...
... do not know how it was preserved so perfectly.
After this we went on an underground tour of Naples, a series of tunnels were dug originally for mining rock but then it was transformed into an aqueduct which transported all the cities water supply around and it was raised to the surface via wells. During the Second World War the tunnels were used as a shelter and at one time housed as many as 3000 people, but now the tunnels are only used as part of ...
... history and insight into Pompeii. A great start to the trip.
After Pompeii we got back in the car with Massimo for the drive to Positano. We were glad we didn't drive ourselves with the windy roads and being so tired (Tom nodded off a few times in the front seat). We switchback roads are incredible - narrow, twisting and thousands of feet drop offs. The scooters zoomed in between cars and buses with inches to spare. But Massimo was an excellent ...