- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... go to church on a Sunday morning. The church we went to is now a museum called the Museo Cappella Sansevero which houses one of the most well known sculptures in the world, The Veiled Christ. This entire church took your breath away with its intricate marble sculptures and fresco style mural covering the whole ceiling. Just like with many of the amazing museums in Italy, you were not allowed to take pictures. Since this church was less crowded than ...
... the poor weather and being packed with tourists, it had a fun, beach holiday vibe. We spent the day walking through the village centre and sampled some of the coast’s famous Limoncello (a potent liquer).
- Next was Positano, the most beautiful of all the villages. It had by far the nicest beach, although still pebbly, and lovely colourful villas stacked up along the rocky edge. It reminded me a little of the Cinque terre villages. It also ...
... with gritty shops and even grittier apartments and abandoned buildings. Yet this jampacked parcel of people nonetheless somehow works. The city's squalor is balanced by a well-groomed population of youth who peacefully gathered to pass their Saturday evening in Piazza Gesł Nuovo, where we had coincidentally chosen to have our dinner. The human congeniality conquered much of our prior apprehension about this city.
Then to ...
... guide for inside the Basilica. The frescoes are beautiful and really tell the story of St. Francis and his life without possessions and excess. Some of the frescos depict the life of Jesus and our guide pointed out that there were many correlations between the two. I’m not sure St. Francis would have wanted anyone to equate his life with Jesus’ but people just really love him and admire the choices he made. After the tour, I walked up to the ...
... in the world. Opposite the opera house is the Umberto Gallery that dates back to 1887.Passing the Piazza Vittoria, we'll head towards the sea and stop for a photo opportunity at a viewpoint on posh Posillipo hill overlooking the Gulf of Naples. Enjoy the panoramic views where many a postcard shot was taken.We'll take a break for refreshments at a scenic chalet for a beverage before heading back to the ship. As we drive along the waterfront, notice the ...