Green Park Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... was like hugging flo. Like omg EIYER my butt is not for you to touch please. We obviously tried to run away but more and more people wanted to take pics with us. Pretty traumatizing actually. We then wandered around without a map, into this small alley where they sold really cute souvenirs & decorative stuff. It's like a moving woodwork of people roasting pizza, sewing, carpentry etc.. And you can even buy like small little pieces ...
... to the Hostel of the Sun. Very busy streets with no road rules. Traffic police blew whistles to keep traffic moving but also to let pedestrians cross. At other junctions we did as everyone did and slowly but purposely walked through the crawling traffic. We stopped for ice cream, the cafe summed up the image of laid back Italy. They served using their own time, one waiter stood outside with his cigarette. We had to go in to pay which seemed odd when ...
... with the guy that with bags the fare would be €20. As it turned out, I would have paid more. It was thrilling. The Lonely Planet describes Napoli as anarchic, our taxi driver thought chaotic. I think that Lonely Planet is much closer to the mark! The traffic is mayhem. Pedestrians take their lives in their hands walking out onto a crossing. The traffic lights are advisory at best, there are no lane markings - what would be the point? - and on the ...
... he and the Cardinals will now play a game when ever they get a chance out in the courtyard of the Vatican.
As the night went on, sounds of fireworks (and maybe even gunshots) along with horns and noise makers could be heard from all over. Sadly, four people were shot while at the game in Rome. Last we heard, they were alive but one was critical. These fans are just a bit radical to say the least! We were glad we were in for the night and done ...
Our shore excursion today was a guided tour of the city of Pompeii, which is about a 45-minute drive from today's port, Naples. We boarded our bus - which, much to Matthew's delight had a built-in espresso maker - at 8:15 am, and we were on our way (unfortunately we didn't get to use the espresso maker). We had a slight detour en route, as our desired Autostrada o-onramp was closed today due to the recent discovery and in-progress removal of a WWII bomb. We arrived ...