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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and certainly made for an interesting tour. I really loved it as the cisterns are still full with crystal clear water and the quarried stone walls are amazing. One night we followed the crowds and reviews and headed for pizza at da Michelle, a fifth generation pizzeria. This place has become somewhat of a pilgrimage since it featured in the book Eat, Pray, Love and the subsequent movie with Julia Roberts. They have two types of pizza on the menu Marinara and Margherita ...
... friends and it was the best show by far. It was a showcase of musical rhythms from all over the world, starting in Spain to India, China, USA, Africa and ending in Ireland with a quite spectacular Riverdance. So on to today - we spent the day here in Naples. We took a hop on hop off bus around both the old town and then up the coast. It was another good day of sightseeing ...
... that is what we did. We had 90minutes in which to use our tickets (we were with R&W) and had about 5 minutes to spare. We still had another set of tickets because we thought we had to buy return, so we gave them away to two sets of people, a young couple who were very happy to get something for nothing and they headed straight up to the cable car. We headed back towards the ship looking for a restaurant to ...
... part of Naples, so I take the chance to look for English books in the Centrale station book store. I find Spanish Muraksmi (!) and also a cheap copy of Great Expectations, which I kept meaning to read (I buy the latter). I then recall that I should pre-book my ticket for Rome as demanded by my Eurail guide book, and set off to find the ticket counter. Possibly I neglected to mention that after exiting the grey and dingy platform I first arrived at, Napoli ...
... neared the beach. I am working up to walking the Cinque Terre trails next week, so it was a good way to ease into all-day walking.
I recently watched the Italian film, Il Postino again and remember a line Mario Ruoppolo says referring to his love, “Your laugh is a sudden silvery wave.” I saw such waves on the small, but inviting beach in Positano. It lived up to my romantic vision of the town. A few boats were moored a ...