Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sorrento is a beautiful town, and clearly a destination for many tourists. It also is a destination for the rich and famous to holiday. Upon arriving in Sorrento, were were taken to a business that makes very intricate furniture and art pieces entirely from timber. All of the tables, grand clocks, music boxes, coffee coasters and art pieces etc are created from slithers of finely trimmed pieces of timber (of a whole range of types and colours), ...
... out at a completely different spot then where we started. At this point it was starting to get dark, and so we tried asking those around us for the nearest metro station so we could find our way back to the hostel. Long story short, three hours later, after losing and finding a few of our team members, we finally arrived back at the hostel with exhausted and sore bodies. If our calculations were correct, it was a ten kilometer trek from where the taxi driver dropped ...
... atmosphere was lovely and the mountainous cliffs surrounding the town created a lovely, intimidating background. The town was full of tourists which created a vibrant atmosphere which I enjoyed immensely. The Amalfi coast is UNESCO protected - you cannot build/add to or touch your house without permission or the police will come and undo your work! On saying that at Salerno there is a 20 storey hotel being built in front of all the heritage houses blocking their view and it was ...
... to an understanding through writing numbers and pointing at screens that I want tomorrow's 11am train to Rome. And so tomorrow I'll be off again! At my hostel I learn I've got the two-person room to myself tonight (yay!). I pour over my Eurail map and timetable wondering what to do after Florence. There's Venice, La Spezia, and visiting Giulia in Torino. I'm unsure of both the order and the time best accorded each. La Spezia is meant to be a nice quiet town near ...
... the departure of my train. I took this train for another 3 hours to Naples - although this was an easier ride because I actually had a seat to sit I and managed a little bit more sleep. I arrived in Naples around 9:15 and had to walk to find my next train - Circumvesuviana - to take to Sorrento. This train was another 70 min ride and I began dozing off towards the end of my ride. I made it to Sorrento around 11 am and was ...