Green Park Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Naples
... a **** hole with dirt everywhere and crazy Vespa drivers darting in and out putting your life in danger.
The old city could be a wonderful attraction if they would just take a little pride and clean the place up. There are quaint shops and cafes, open air markets and a whole street that makes nothing but Christmas manger scenes. The walls of every building are covered with senseless graffiti ...
Today we jumped on the train for a trip to Naples.
We had been told the traffic and parking was a nightmare in Naples and since the train journey took half the time, that's what we decided to do. Luckily the automated ticket machines have an English translation so it was easy to get our tickets and at 9 Euro each return, it was good value for money.
The train was unfortunately full, so we had to stand for most of the journey but it was only just ...
Today is our longest excursion; a drive along the Amalfi coast and a visit to Pompeii. Our appointed meeting time for the tour was 7:15 AM. Unfortunately, it was unusually foggy and the ship was delayed about an hour and half getting into port – which meant we really didn't have to get up at 5:45 AM after all. We haven’t had any good candidates for Idiot of the Cruise but we encountered a few ladies on the tour today that could possibly be the ...
... village. It was an incredible city defined greatly by its hard workers.
An interesting, almost ironic note, is that the prosperity of Pompeii was greatly advantaged by its proximity to the great volcano, Vesuvius. Volcanic soil was of high value, as were the olives and grapes that grew upon the vineyards off the volcano's grounds. So ironically, therefore, the very thing that served Pompeii for years and did great part in ensuring its high status was kept, ...
... lives on! We duly headed back to Napoli Suites to rest for the afternoon.
For dinner, we headed back to via del Tribunali and ate at Di Matteo. The pizzeria is low-key and seemed just as popular with locals as it is with tourists. They produced one of my favorite pizza margherita of the whole trip. For more details, check out the "Quest for Pizza" write-up at www.hungrylaws.blogspot.com
Afterwards, we roamed ...