Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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... was the mosaics. They were very detailed, quite varied in scale and in subject and some in fantastic condition and completeness. To get into town, we took the subway. While the system does manage to transport you from one place to another (and is safer than the roads), it is very much down on its heels; almost completely broken. Lots of the escalators don't work. They appear to have given up on the ticket machines - you need to buy tickets from the ...
... Maggiore, San Domenico Maggiore, Santa Chiara and Gesu Nuovo.
The Teatro San Carlo (San Carlo Theatre) was the highlight of my trip. As there was no Opera on during my stay, I chose to go on a tour instead. The tour was carried out by an animated overtheatrical guide who was so passionate about the theatre. He knew so much and it was brilliant, and I couldn't help but get the warm buzz from being in a theatre. Luckily for us, an ...
... and chocolate and the only English speaking show we can find , "Glee"! Ahh, Italian wine, Italian chocolate, and "Glee", all enjoyed from a beautiful room overlooking the Bay of Naples. Finally headed into town around 3:00. No rain just breezy. Stopped for cappuccino and hot chocolate. Kathy's hot chocolate was thick but not very sweet, it reminded me of the hot chocolate they made on the ...
... to stand all the way for 45 minutes.
Our target was Positano - according to a few guides, the most charming of all the Amalfi Coast towns. The road there was crazy - I would hate to have driven. The bus honked it's horn when approaching corners to warn on coming drivers that it was coming around, probably cutting over to the wrong side of the road to take the hair pin turn. What is even more scary is when you realise that often not all ...
... steps, walk under tracks and up another set of steps, now we wait for train. This will be a faster train and we hope we can make same connection as planned, but we are too late, so wait for the next one. Finally, we arrive in Naples, a very busy hectic station. Again we have nowhere to stay, but it is still early enough to look at hotels we had looked up the night before. I walk to one ...