Hotel San Mauro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was in Eat, Pray, Love and had been visited by Julia Roberts, this pizza place was in a Sophia Loren movie and was widely known by travellers and locals alike. There was a day spent hiking Vesuvius and visiting Ercolano (Herculaneum). I'm sure you can hike from the base or some midway point, but like most tourists, I took the bus up as far as you can travel by car and then walked the last 20 minutes. It is a fairly uneventful hike and due to the ...
... He had quite the sense of humour and he was definitely one of our favorite tour guides.
As we boarded the bus we found out that it would be a 3 hour ride to Napoli (Naples) but that we would stop at a town called Cassino at the halfway mark to use the restrooms, eat, drink, etc. Brittany and I must be getting really used to having time to kill on these bus trips or travelling because the moment we get on these buses, we are out cold.
... folks we have seen and have been to places that make this quite ordinary. Don't get me wrong, it is beautiful but was quite a let down from what I expected. We stopped for coffee around 10am for a few minutes and then moving on to Positano and Sorrento. You can see the occasional super yacht anchored below most likely filled with ugly Russian ogliarchs and the occasional hotel for the rich charging 5,000 euros ...
... the main dining rooms. Our waiter was from Hungary & was very entertaining. He's only been with Princess for 2 days but acted like he was an authority on everything & had us cracking up. For a ship that's got 3,100 passengers, it's amazing how uncrowded it feels--there was only 1 other table on our side of the restaurant until right before we left, which was about 8:30.
We went to the Princess Theater for one of the shows, which was ...
... the Spanish Quarter to navigate through the surprisingly modernistic Victorian iron-wrought glass dome of Galleria Umberto I before viewing the Teatro di San Carlo, Europe's oldest opera house. We emerged in front of Palazzo Reale on the Piazza del Plebiscito, where Napoli voted to unify with Italy in 1861. I drank the best coffee I've ever had on that piazza at Gran Caffe Gambrinus, a historic cafe that was ...