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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... hour but it didn't feel like it. It was awesome and I even got touched by a cloud which was the highlight of my trip so far. After that we went to Pompeii. After looking at the ruins, it seems really silly to continue to live there after the volcano has erupted. We went for dinner and I had a hot dog and chips pizza. We then got ice cream and now I'm going to ...
... was exhausting, Steve was a bit dumbstruck by the poverty, the beggars, the street hawkers, the streets, the cars, bikes, roads. I found it fascinating, I loved it. So much color , I guess you really have to be street smart, and not put yourself in compromising positions, but was very very beautiful as well. The streets blend into each other like waves, the buildings are tall and dark like century old trees that tower to ...
This morning we arrives in the city of Naples, or Napoli if you are a local. Like Sicily, I've heard Naples is a bit dirty and a great place to have your money, passport or wallet stolen. However, Naples’ draw is its proximity to several great sites: Pompeii, Herculaneum (a similar site as Pompeii – I’ve actually heard it is better preserved than its more well known counterpart), the Amalfi Coast, Positano, Sorrento, and Capri. Well, that and pizza ...
... back to the hotel and sat on our balcony talking. It was beautiful watching the sparkling city across the bay (Naples??).
The next morning, we got up at the crack of dawn and had a huge breakfast at the hotel. Then we left Sorrento :/ No worries, it only gets better! We got on a ferry boat, which on the inside looks a lot like an airplane, and the boat rocked me to sleep. 45 minutes later we arrived at the island of Capri!! I was really looking forward to this part of ...
... perched on the cliff's edge. We did some walking around the town, but didn't really have time to see much. The tour did take us to a place where they make traditional regional inlaid wood furniture and boxes. It was interesting to see, but the $30,000 dinner table was a little out of our price range. From there we went to Pompeii. The ancient town is much larger than I had imagined and we only got to see a small portion in the 1 1/2 hrs ...