Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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Travel Blogs from Naples
... on Wednesday, we arrived at the train station bright and early, only to find out that the trains were on strike all day. Instead of this ruining our plans for the day, that father of mine had a brilliant idea and we decided to go to Capri for the day instead. We met a tour guide down by the ticket office named Giuseppe, and his guided tour of the island saved my parents from the four-mile hike I had planned for them. ...
... we were wrong!!!!! Thankfully he had to get off the train a few stops before our stop and we were thankful he didn't kill us or something haha. Once at the train stop we put our running shoes on and were off to our hotel, on the way we saw young adults making a fire on the side of the road to keep themselves warm-a large fire and prostitutes dancing at a bus stop and one of them had just been dropped off by a old man, gross! But now we were home (10pm) and alive and ready to go to ...
... the front and left the car in a back alley not far for the hotel. We left the car just as a the sky opened and it began to pour down, so our first impression at the poshest hotel we have been to ,is of two drowned rats looking for shelter. Well, time for shower and dinner, so I will leave you there for tonight. I have many photos to add throughout the evening so keep checking in as I add them. Have a great evening, my lovelies, and we'll talk again tomorrow. ...
... on & found a completely different part of the museum from Dick. Luckily for us entry is free for EU citizens over 65 so it was well worth the entry price to both of us.
Before dinner we bought train tickets to Rome for Tuesday
morning & then had dinner.
All in all a much better day full of surprises.
Sunday 12th May
Rose reasonably early had breakfast & set off to catch a train for Huculaneum. ...
... where I got 2 new singlet tops for about NZ$3. Bargain. The 3.5hour train ride to Naples was packed to the brim. Its a regional train, which means it stops at all the minor stations on the way to the final destination and is therefore the slowest way to get there - but also very cheap. You cannot book seats on these trains, so if you turn up late you will end up standing in the aisles the whole way. We managed to get seats and ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed