Green Park Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... was the mosaics. They were very detailed, quite varied in scale and in subject and some in fantastic condition and completeness. To get into town, we took the subway. While the system does manage to transport you from one place to another (and is safer than the roads), it is very much down on its heels; almost completely broken. Lots of the escalators don't work. They appear to have given up on the ticket machines - you need to buy tickets from the ...
... oil. We surprised even ourselves with just how good it was! We had been tossing up on what to do with our third and final day in Naples, torn between a visit to the Amalfi Coast or a trip to Procida Island. Amalfi had been on my list of places I wanted to visit since before leaving Australia and Procida was a place that Giovanni had told us about in our extensive welcome speech. We ended up deciding on Procida, swayed by not wanting to spend another day riding trains ...
... to have the best espresso in Naples. It was at Piazza Dante which was full of families out for their Sunday evening walk and play time. Yes the shot of espresso I had was very good. I am still amazed how all these Italian coffee places do not offer take-out (even in a city that is littered with trash, at least with this culture no additional paper cups and plastic lids are added to make Mother Earth shed more tears) and the custom is to line up at the stand-up bar as the Barista ...
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Our hotel is in the Spanish Quarter, the part of town where many locals live on tiny twisty streets. We've peeked into the local markets, stores, and restaurants where locals shop and see laundry hanging from all the balconies. Much prefer this to sterile hotels.
Today we walked for hours exploring the city, temperature in high 70s. We took the funicolare (cable car) up to the highest point in the city to ...
... whole green olives grouped together in a small pile. Too funny.
Brian & Teena made it back in time to enjoy cocktails out on our balcony, then we all got freshened up & had dinner in one of the main dining rooms. Our waiter was from Hungary & was very entertaining. He's only been with Princess for 2 days but acted like he was an authority on everything & had us ...