Hotel La Pace
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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Later that morning we enjoyed a wonderful lunch in Windows. I tried popcorn shrimp for the first time, with was quite enjoyable. We also dined on souther fried chicken, chicken soup, and for dessert we savoured every bite of orange chocolate mousse and mango cheesecake.
As Latitude members, we are always invited to private gatherings exclusive to past guests of Norwegian cruises. This afternoon ...
A bit of packing was required before heading off this morning, after taking back packs to Amalfi, so we got that done before heading down to brekky at the hotel (which this time we knew was pretty average so there were no surprises). That done we had a little bit of time before we needed to be at the train station (100 metres away) so ...
... lunch and some more free time. Unlike Capri, Sorrento is busy all year round. The town was perched on top of a very steep hill and I had visions of having to walk up this in order to reach the top! Thankfully we were met by a shuttle bus which manoeuvred around the narrow winding roads easily! There were some large hotels along the hilltop - one of which the opera singer, Caruso lived in for the last 5 years of his life. I could think of plenty of worse places to live your ...
Kathryn The first day excursion from Napoli was made in a desperate attempt to escape from busy cities. Boarding the next ferry to the island of Capri we selected a seat on the top level. It was freezing and we both agreed that maybe today was not going to be a swimming excursion. The island vaguely reminded me of the island from King Kong and as we approached we could see hire boats. With flash backs to our past hire experience we decided to give the boats a miss this time ...
... and disorientated manner down the cobbled streets of Napoli. Giovanni had kindly marked out chunks of the city we should avoid because of mafia activity, so we tried to stick to our route. He'd already told me off for trying to wear a handbag outside, and told us we weren't safe on the streets after 10:30 so needless to say we were all quite hesitant. Despite this he still maintained that Naples was a safe city, amd that we had nothing to worry about. hmmm. Apartments in Napoli city ...