Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
Travel Blogs from Naples
... through. The ancient road winds in and out of ravines along with hillside. Along the way, there are many villas clinging to the cliffs. You have to wonder how they built them – there were no harnesses or scaffolding in those days!
We arrived to chaos in Amalfi town. Thousands of people, including group after group of teenagers, had descended upon the town. We’re not sure if this was just because ...
... out near the train station. It's pretty strange that all places basically open at 7 or 7:30 at night. And when you have a siesta from 1:30 (in some places) till about 5. It's pretty hard to explore. A few more things we have noticed about Italy: - they are crazy drivers, like Bali style. - they don't have the same social norms as we do in Australia. Eg. Staring, nose picking and saying excuse me or sorry when getting past someone. They also ...
... shady trees (which our campsite in Pompeii lacked), and is right next to the River Tiber, so already feels a wee bit cooler. We’ve made a plan of attack for the tourist destinations tomorrow so hoping the lines are too big so we can see most of what we want to.
Tonight we enjoyed some pasta and local red wine for dinner. I could really get used to this Italian ...
... called Di Matteo's. We were a little shocked to find it was nothing more than a hole in the wall joint with a street front take-out counter.
The circus begins: We were seated on the upper level after of course climbing more steep STAIRS. We are the only ones seated in this area at this point. Wine is about $3.50 per bottle and is served in small flimsy plastic disposable cups like you would find in a hotel bathroom. ...
... Whilst I was in my room in the afternoon, there was a knock on the door and a porter was standing there with a box of chocolates and a bunch of flowers! The company had arranged for them to be brought up to me for my birthday. The chocolates are incredible but judging by the quantity I think I had better share them around the office rather than eat them all myself!
When I (eventually) woke up this morning I took ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed