Mercure Napoli Angioino Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Today was our first sea day, where we could relax and just take it easy. It was a much needed leisurely day allowing us to recuperate from the past week of very full itineraries.
We had a late breakfast in Windows, followed by a private meet and greet reception I had arranged for our Cruise Critic group. Most of the attendees had participated in my private tours in each port. We have made many wonderful friends ...
... hour but it didn't feel like it. It was awesome and I even got touched by a cloud which was the highlight of my trip so far. After that we went to Pompeii. After looking at the ruins, it seems really silly to continue to live there after the volcano has erupted. We went for dinner and I had a hot dog and chips pizza. We then got ice cream and now I'm going to ...
... guide and the rest of our group to arrive. Once all together we followed our guide to see where the rich and famous stay and shop. Capri is only a summer holiday place. In winter the shops are closed and most people go back to their city residences. The rain had stopped by now so we walked past perfumeries where sales people tried to entice us inside by spraying their sweetness in our direction as we walked past. We walked to a beautiful garden where we could see beautiful ...
... we saw many other unique things along the way – we went to the Green Grotto (Grotto Verde), which is a cove with very green water, and we went to a cave with a stalagmite that looks like the Virgin Mary (Grotta Bianca).
Back in town, I ate a pizza, drank some wine and waited for the ferry to come to take me back to Naples. On the ferry, I sat outside and I think I saw Mt. Vesuvius (at least it looked like a volcano). All in all, I think I did ...
... been staying in the house of Giovanni - a friendly and very patriotic Napoli man. When we first arrived (me lugging my massive suitcase up 4 flights of steps) he sat us all down for an hour or so and explained where all the main attractions were situated and how to get to them - chain smoking the whole time, and using very colourful language. He then insisted on cooking us some sort of pasta dish with 10 eggs and bacon, and gave us each a massive serving (which worked out well as it ...