Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it up there! This gave us incredible photo opportunities as the sun was already peeking over onto the inside of the steaming crater. This is the same volcano which had surprised, destroyed, and preserved Pompeii. We felt our
trip to Pompeii was now complete, having been to and seen the source of the destruction and preserved ruins. Celebration with an early morning glass of wine served at the top was certainly in order.
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... in it! We were wrong, and it turned out to be roasted bell peppers with a fragrant oil. Not what we were expecting, but still very tasty with some of the bread! We then shared a delicious pizza, a half calzone type pizza with ricotta and ham etc. and half margherita. It was just as good as the pizza we had earlier, and so deliciously fresh and hot! Feeling very satisfied, we walked back to out hotel and enjoyed a good sleep before our earliest morning ...
... a postcard. Houses on cliff right to water, a city square with a massive church. People were lined up to get in. We didn't go up. There, knees bad couldn't do the 100 stairs. Sat and had our last gelato boohoo! Walked down to water. Bought a Christmas ball for the tree. Very pretty city. Back on bus drove inland on highway. They threw in a stop at a cameo factory. Normally I don't like these stops but this ...
... easy. The plane trip took an hour and I managed to snap an amazing photo of an older Italian lady FULLY picking her nose, not a little bit, but half a finger up her nose. After lots of laughs we had landed and were now in Naples! It was wet and was going to cost over £20 to get a taxi to our hotel, which was only 7 minutes away. Or if we waited an hour and 15 mins we could get a free shuttle bus to our hotel, which was run by the hotel. We opted for the free bus. ...
... you leave the last ramp you see them....There in archways at the edge of the town are the calcified skeletons of hundreds of people. Obviously hoping to be rescued in boat, they waited here ...where the sea used to meet the land, and they waited...in vain. Herculaneum is a fascinating place, and it is one of a kind as to being able to see an actual Roman town so well preserved, but I tell you this, reader, it is a humbling place too, and not one I will ...