- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
Photos of Prati Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Prati Hotel Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... is quickly fading, and we decide to go ahead and grab a bus to Salerno which can be our launching off point for exploring and playing music along the Amalfi Coast. The Museum So what else is there to do? Well, there’s the Napoli Historical Museum, which some claim is better even than the one in Rome. I haven’t done a whole lot of museums here in Italy, so I figure I really should check this one out. It is a very impressive collection and it’s ...
... These details are quite vivid and one can see the the pain on their faces. There was even a mold of a dog who had been killed. He looks as if he is writhing in pain.
We also tried to check out Herculaneum, which is a town nearby Pompeii. This town is a LOT smaller than Pompeii and it was designated for the rich folk. This town also suffered on the day the Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD, except that this town was covered by hot mud. The mud helped to preserve much ...
... br> tourists and locals. Cars and motorcycles zoomed by with little regard for pedestrians. Nearing our hotel, we opted for the restaurant next door, L’ETTO. One look at the wonderful array of roasted vegetables had us sold.
We grabbed our bags and headed by taxi to the port where we caught a local bus to our destinations. We traversed through the clogged streets of the ancient city of Napoli as ...
... one of which has old streetcar tracks. Not for the faint of heart...(photos to follow)
The hotel here compensated for the dull ride. It appears to be glued onto a cliff looking over the Bay of Naples ( and has good WiFi!).
Dinner in authentic Neapolitan pizza joint. Fish for me.
Route: http://www.mapmyride.com/it/terracina-l atium/sept-9-2013-route-269030379
... and opera nights overlooking the Mediterranean. Spectacular stage they use, and a pity we couldn't stay a night to watch. As we had a rest day yesterday, we were full of vim and vigour, so decided to walk to our next town, Minori. 50 minutes of stairs down to the town, about 4km's away. Suffice to say we saw no one else on our lonely, but spectacular trip down about 2000 stairs to the ocean, and the township. Minori is a smaller inlet ...