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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in shops and offices across the road or up the street. Even one of the restaurants where we had lunch, ordered their coffee from the shop across the road.
These photos of crowding and graffiti on the local train I needed to include, as this was typical, not an exception! The garbage on the streets is also typical, Naples is filthy, dog poo and litter everywhere.
... up to the top of the crater and you will all be glad to know it did not look like it was going to blow anytime soon. There was a really good view of Naples. That night we had the pleasant experience of sharing our shower with one of the people who ran the B&B. Sim hadn't had a shower yet and he got in it at about 9pm while we were eating and didn't get out until 11pm. We still have no idea what he was doing but the water was running for most of the time and then he walked through ...
... I find a pair of jeans and a roll next jumper, starting to get a bit cold now, can see the snow on the mountains around Naples. I find a lite cafe and have some real tomato pasta, oh god it was good. Heading back to the hotel I notice the same guy as before following me again but just keep on walking and keeping an eye on him, making it to the hotel sauté and ...
... preserved - it was magnificent! The area covered way further than you could see in a day so we selected on of the tour options and armed with our audio guides we were off to explore.
One of the coolest bits was the awesome state of the Roman roads. There was footpaths and guttering and even rock bollards which assume was to stop the carts going down certain roads. Later we found out that they were so people could step on as to not get their feet wet when ...
... yet, Italians drive like maniacs, particularly the ones on vespas. To them, crosswalks mean nothing and traffic lights are just there to look pretty. All that being said, I did eventually make it to the tomb of St. Sebastian. After exploring the church above the catacombs, I followed the tour guide down into the miles and miles of underground crypts that housed over 100,000 bodies.
The catacombs were fascinating, although our tour group was a ...