Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Death and organized tours are two of the great levellers of life. They are also both a means to an end, so to speak.
We're on our fourth tour in as many days. Today it's the Isle of Capri, Sorrento and Pompeii. I should be excited as we bounce across the waves on our "private" ferry, but we're sharing with about four hundred other tired cruisers. We need our friend D. She'd get a good old southern sing-along happening.
... pup and the answer is yes. Currently there is a battle of wills going on with Rebecca but I suspect it will end honours even. We could have written about Emily's break from us but you can construct her diary by using the words below to identify her day: Woke up, wee, poo, eat, sleep, play, walk, lick, chew, beach, dig, bath, bedtime, cheese, biscuits, chicken. Rearrange and you are unlikely ever to be wrong. ...
... common here, but I've got by with pointing and gesturing so far, and I can read signs a little because of the similarity to English. It's kinda fun, though I'm hoping it stays that way. After breakfast I part with more Euros for medicine, and learn how hard it is to find working ATMs in Bari. Feeling too cash poor to go clothes shopping, I wander the parts of the city near the central station where I confirm my ticket will get me to Naples even though it doesn't ...
... as I remember it from years ago and Steve was not impressed. We caught the Metro to the museum and enjoyed looking at the mosaics and other artifacts that were there from Pompei and other areas. Some of them were just like paintings they were so intricately done. On re-entering the Metro Steve was jousled at the ticket barrier and then felt a hand going into his pocket for his mobile phone. I’m sorry to say that was enough for us and we are happy not to ...
... recommend to go on a smaller boat tour without an annoying guide echoing on your ear telling you things you probably won't even remember later. Small boat tour gives you more privacy and more opportunity to appreciate the island peacefully. And if you are lucky enough, your captain will even give you some time to jump in the cold Mediterranean water and swim around and explore some of the island's caves. A boat tour will also give you a chance to see ...