TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mergellina Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... not received the message that we would be late. A rather blustering phone call later and our host was on her way, with Emily who'd been on the receiving end feeling a little rattled and concerned that we'd seriously ****** off our host with our inability to control the trains or phone lines as it turns out our message in regard to a change in arrival had never been received. When she did arrive it became apparent that it wasn't truly anger, just that we were renting from ...
... br> Room ready at 12 which was good as check out is 12 and for a change the room is next to the lift.
Very nice room has steps from lounge to bed and bathroom, with an outside walled in patio with no view - just ashtray, table, chairs and some greenery.
Another bonus our floor has only 3 rooms so it does not matter how long the hallway is from the stairs / lift - unlike 107 rooms in the Prague Hilton.
We headed out for some lunch before we ...
In partial celebration of completing our first phase of our studio project in Italy, and for educational reasons (only because our professors organized it) we went to Baia, Paestum, Herculaneum, Naples, and Capri over four days of traveling.
First stop: Baia
Known for its history of hosting wealthy and important people, and as a source of scandal, the city is situated on the coast of Italy. A ...
... had to turn sideways and duck down to fit through.
Walking around naples I got the vibe that it's a really fun town but I wouldn't ever want to go out at night. Loads of places selling good pizza, which I got for lunch.
After the sotteranean tour I started walking back to the hostel and the heavens just opened up. Absolutely torrential, I was soaked hy the time I got back. It was refreshing after the heat of rome though. All the Italians thought I was ...
... were available. The staff here were good too. There was no change area for babies, so they let us use one of the offices to change Nora, which was awfully nice of them. It was well worth the cost of admission to wander for hours, which we did. Both of us have incredibly sore feet now.
The train station at Pompei however, wasn't as accomodating. This was the diaper explosion. Not a little one either. Nora needed a full ...