Hotel Palazzo Decumani
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- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Babysitting service
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... of small shops, mad moped riders and crazy car drivers. At the shore line we came across the magnificent colonnades of Piazza del Plebiscito and the church of Francesco di Paolo inspired by Rome's pantheon. Opposite was the Palazzo Reale covered with scaffolding and poster sized photos of innocent victims of crime (the Mafia I guess).
All that walking was enough for the day so we headed back towards the station and back to the ...
... the underground tunnel, you head over to the hidden theatre. At first it looks like a wine cellar with a hidden entrance - as that is what it was used for by its previous owner. It is flood lit and impressive due to the different construction techniques from different eras. It exits right onto an average street and when the door is closed, you would never know the difference. The guides tell a tale of Emperor Nero who sang at the theatre, and during ...
... practically forced me to have a sfogleatelle, a typical pastry of Naples! Mm mmmmmmm mmmmmmmmmm!! I wandered down to castell nouvo, and to the coast and walked down to the castle of the egg! On the way of course, I stopped off and had a kind of thick pizza slice with cheese, ham, tomatoes and a layer of pastry on top! I can't remember the name already...
I reached a little beach area so decided to cool down a little with a bit of a wade, but the water was very warm and ...
... di Ercolano, as it was to walk uphill back to Ercolano Stavi (ruins). It was an interesting, but long walk that took us through quite a few streets, at a time when it was getting darker & darker. At one point we were going to walk down a street but three women on the corner stopped us and said definitely no and that we needed to walk up to the next street. Probably we were walking in an area we shouldn’t have been. Anyhow we made it to the station & the train was ...
... were filled with tourists.
Rapidly, we all disembarked from the motor coach and followed our guide down several side alleys for a good ten to fifteen minutes. We were heading towards our seafront hotel, the Regina Hotel Sorrento.
Now you’re probably wondering why we had to walk this short distance to ...