Hotel des Artistes Naples
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dodgy people and people offering my taxi rides in their personal cars. I still couldn't find the stupid bus so I went to the bus terminal, only to be told it's near Maccas where I originally started. I had 5 minutes to find it. I raced to Maccas, no bus. So I have up and got a taxi, costing me 35 euros so not a great impression of Naples. No photos either ...
... A critical ingredient, as all pizza aficionados know. I hate to blame it on Julia but I can't see any other viable reason.
So with a very full belly, a box of very delicious but not very soulful pizza and some Napoli trinkets we boarded the train back to Roma. Two young men were sharing our train compartment (basically 6 seats placed together with a door separating it from the aisle). We were all pleasant to one another but not talkative. ...
Usual continental breakfast at the hostel. Packed and checked out. Tramed and took a busy urban train (a Circumvesuviana) to Pompeii. Watched the Bay of Naples and Vesuvius most of the way. Short walk from the station took us to the official main entrance. Bought an audioguide. We individually and jointly crisscrossed the site until the last minute. Saw the frescos that ...
We woke around 7 this morning, got dressed and went up on the top deck to watch the ship pull into the port at Naples. It is amazing to watch these huge big ships pull into a busy harbour and turn 180 degrees before backing into a slip. The harbours are all busy with every kind of ship imaginable, from little wee row boats to huge cruise ships. After breakfast, we met up with Susie and Tony and headed out for the day. ...
... beautifully cooked, smothered in a light tomato ragu and served with delicious wood fired breads of Pane Di Casa and Focchia.
Our next course was a lovely veal scallopini topped with a fresh thick slice of mozzarella. The mozzarella here is more like our boccanchini cheese at home, and is always eaten as a fresh cheese and is discarded if not eaten within a few days. A crisp fresh salad completed the mains. Our veal was almost white in colour, which ...