Hotel La Ginestra
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to find at the end of the day when we were too tired to walk back to the car. So thanks Lucio!
Naples is a city of extremes it seems to me. Palaces, historical monuments and beautiful churches on every other corner, laced together by a maze of character rich streets, but also by a trail of graffiti (and some would say garbage). Youth making out on the steps of the cathedral while others (hmm I wonder who ...
... going home, just a few days to chill on beach and totally unwind, such a relaxing feeling here, it's so Italian not commercialised and so very friendly. So back in hotel and re packed suitcases, took out overnight bag, as no more schlepping now we board flight and will be picked up by tour director for Greece. Abd then bed, then we heard fireworks so opened my balcony door and could just see the fireworks on the beach foreshore. And now for some sleep - buenos ...
... the apartment owner) also recommended Da' Emilia's. They have beautiful fresh seafood, cooked simply. I had simple grilled fish and Andrew had the mixed fried fish; along with a mixed salad and some red wine it was delicious. The beautiful scenery just added to the experience. A Nanna nap was called for....boy I must have needed it as I didn't wake until 7.30pm!! Dinner was just about ready. Lorraine had made a beautiful sauce ...
... Interesting... Off to Pompeii... Benno is helping with this one, Matt tells me that we need a history lesson to help explain so here's the synopsis by Ben: Pompeii the town, not the emporer (or one third emporer) was established originally by the Greeks probably around the same time as Naples (Naples also a Greek colony prior to the Romans spreading to Campagna, was originally named Neopolous or in English "Newtown"). Off memory this was around 6-500 ...
First full day in Sorrento. Breakfast in the garden of the B&B Got up at 7.30 went for breakfast after 8. Breakfast was served in the gardens and was set out on a table where you could help yourself. There was croissants filled with apricot jam, donuts the size of Jared's face, boiled eggs, fruit, cake, Danish pastries, fruit and yoghurt. It was fantastic. Jared picked a huge sugar coated donut which he ate most of. We then made him have a boiled egg and ...