Green Park Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... to finally see in real life some of the famous statues of Roman gods and mythical creatures that I remember seeing reading the encyclopedia, 25 years ago! Even though I’m very familiar with Greco-Roman sculpture and art, it’s still very impressive to see how much emotion and expression they put into their sculpture—you can almost feel the passion, fear and desperation that these characters are feeling. The giant mosaic of the battle between Alexander ...
... for making creepy faces and i know that Michaela and Ben were deep down impressed with my creepy even though they refused to voice this opinion. Michaela We had extended our stay another day in Napoli in order to catch the over night ferry to Catania, Sicily. We decided to take this opportunity to visit Amalfi and Positana, the beaches we had missed a few days before. This time we set off with Ben, he had already visited them and therefore there was no way for us ...
... my life) is another option. Or, a jet-setting adventure to the island of Capri which we both agreed to do.
The day got off to a great start. Jason and I did the 4 s’s (shoved food into our mouths is the fourth 's’ for those of you wondering) all by 8am. Jason and I exited the ship and were off to the marina to catch a boat to the island of Capri. Our luck couldn’t have been better. We walked right up to the ticket ...
... cents you could have a cold shower or for €1 you could have a warm shower or you could wait until you get back to your Hotel room and have one for free!!
After our frolic in the Mediterranean Sea we headed back to our room for our free shower before spending our last night on the balcony enjoying a thunderstorm and lighting show in the distance over a couple of beers.
Off to dinner at a lovely little restaurant in the corner of the plaza whereby ...
... Age, the Romans then kept digging to turn these underground caves into aqueducts. They used these up until 1884, but closed it due to Cholera...pretty standard. They then used the wells for the aqueducts as rubbish shoots! Of corse, along comes the war, so they simply fill in and cover up all the 5m of rubbish and use them as shelters! Now, they are open for the public! Wow, didn't think you'd be getting a history lesson ey? Lucky you! Also, one of the well ...