Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to be a little quieter and consequently far more attractive. On our way home we stopped at the local supermarket....more traffic chaos, there were more cars than parking spots....not a problem it seems....the man responsible for marshaling cars got us to double park, behind several others already double parked, and asked for the car keys. He said he'd look after the car aswell as the TomTom on the ...
... s on the wall of the main room, the idea being that the customers could choose the woman he wanted and the point to the fresco of what he position he wanted to use!!!! The "beds" were just a slab of concrete - not very comfortable, I imagine!!! That brings me back to my story about the souvenirs.... The Italians had taken the idea of the brothel and used it as an excuse to sell all sorts of erotic souvenirs, phallic symbols, erotic calendars etc. at least the Greeks souvenirs ...
... the English Inn is no Red Jug from home, but it was definitely an experience trying to use sign language to understand what the customers were trying to order. It was a lot of fun, thanks to my American friends who came out to support me. As long as I’m in town for the weekend, I’ve got a guaranteed gig every Saturday night working with Fabio. The best part? Fabio pays me in free food.
Mom and Dad must be so proud.
... call. The last game is Bingo card blackout. Every number on the card must be called. To win the jackpot, you must have every number on your card called in less than 54 calls. It's tough to do, but a few people have gotten close. Anyway, first game comes and goes and some fool won in 6 calls. I wanted to wad up my card and throw it at them. We weren't even close on the second game. One of the other rules of organized Bingo is that you must stand when you have ...
... day we headed out to see the ruins of Pompeii. The train out there was an experience, not just from the scenery, but also from the 8 year old "accordion player", barely playing any notes and then walking sullenly from person to person, while at the end walking off the train with his mother. It was tough to watch kids being subjected to that kind of stuff, especially when they were doing this as opposed to being in school. The Pompeii ruins were fun to check out though. Almost ...