Hotel Europeo - Sea Hotels Group
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Europeo - Sea Hotels Group Naples
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... lunch and some more free time. Unlike Capri, Sorrento is busy all year round. The town was perched on top of a very steep hill and I had visions of having to walk up this in order to reach the top! Thankfully we were met by a shuttle bus which manoeuvred around the narrow winding roads easily! There were some large hotels along the hilltop - one of which the opera singer, Caruso lived in for the last 5 years of his life. I could think of plenty of worse places to live your ...
We arrived in Naples very bright and early. The overnight ferry was really nice and with a smooth sea and nice external double cabin we had a good nights sleep. By 6.30 we were ready to leave and by 7.00 we were driving south. We stopped for coffee and a sweet croissant in a small town south of Naples and a few km later were on the amazing Amalfi coast road. The road itself is narrow and winds along impossibly steep cliffs through ridiculously perched villages. I can see that ...
... main speaking in Italian, we could on the whole understand what he was saying. They were lovely people and we stayed much longer than we would have just listening to him talking. But move we must. We pass the designer shops and beautiful buildings and find ourselves once more on the shore and here we find the road closed off and what seems like the whole of Naples is parading along the sea front enjoying the spring sunshine. It appears today is also a national holiday ...
A other crazy day in Naples. Today we had big plans to conquer three main touristy sights around Naples: the ruins of Pompeii, mt Vesuvius, and Some other burried villiage Ive forgotten the name of! Of course we were overly ambitious, and ended up just seeing Pompeii. As is turns out Pompeii is a massive site, and actually not that easy to find. If we hadn't had Tania - a friend from the hostel- to help us translate we would probably have had trouble even finding the town at ...
... every going to reach our destination and with the heat plus Warren unwell we kept wondering whether or not to turn back.
Just one more corner and there it was, now down a reasonably steep slope. Great we had done it and then a wonderful bonus. Looking through the gates of the various buildings we saw a restaurant with a courtyard that had the most amazing panorama overlooking Naples. Perfect! Lunch of pizza naturally, a drink, a rest, and we were fit to ...