Hotel La Ginestra
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The last few days in Naples have been so wonderful! Two days ago we decided we could use a more relaxing day so we took a ferry over to the tiny island of Procida. It's only about two square miles, has a population of roughly 10,000, and it's right of the coast of Naples. Procida is lovely! It was wonderful to get away from the crazy hustle and bustle of Napoli and walk through the narrow streets of the island across to a glorious beach. I went swimming in ...
... hotel was broken and being fixed. (It was still being fixed at 6pm). We swam, read and someone snored. For lunch we had hot chips from an Amsterdam franchise followed by ice cream - very decadent! Next back to the pool area where it seemed at least 3 degrees cooler than in the main square. We did more of what we did in the morning and kept saying that we must repack. Sadly we eventually had ...
... leave the driving to professionals, and when its time to park the car, its so expensive, so normally you will not stay long in each one.
This is the kind of place, where you can breath and relax, the mountains are full of limons, later they will make limoncelo with tem, so before they collect them, the smell its amaizing.
So it has all the things, that makes the trip perfect
... also have apartments to rent. About 105 euros a night during low season/120 during high season. Amazing!!! - Restaurants: Cum Quibus: Amazing food, great atmosphere, and cute outdoor seating area. Make a reservation as they are very popular. Cum Quibus Dulcisinfundo: It's tucked away off the touristy streets, has great food, and is a lovely place to have dinner. Dulcisinfundo Ristorante Da Pode: This is the restaurant at Hotel Sovestro. It is ...
... downstairs and a mezzanine bedroom accessed via a spiral staircase. The boys were confused by the two toilets in the bathroom until I pointed out one was a bottie wash. Dumped our stuff, changed and wandered into Sorrento. Quickly learnt that if you wait for the Italians to stop to let you cross the road you'd be waiting along time. It's just a matter of stepping out and keep walking. They just slow down or drive around you. It's crazy! Nearly all the cars ...