Hotel San Paolo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... name to the list for a table. While we were waiting Emily and explored the street a little further and discovered to our great amusement something that I feel wraps up people's idea of Italy pretty well. In Italy there a lot of religious shrines about all over the place, plenty built right into the wall and generally well lit. Next to a rather large and high (about second floor of a building height) shrine we discovered a vending machine, but not for snacks or drinks, but ...
... watching a few movies with some friends at the hostel. After a good sleep, our adventure began. Our original plan for our day in Naples was the go see the ruin city of Pompeii, and climb up Mount Vesuvius. A group of us from the hostel, including six Canadians and two Australians, all took the train from the station towards the volcano! We started trekking up the winding streets, and tried following signs pointing towards the base. After about half an hour of ...
Today we docked (along with four other cruise ships) at the port of Naples. On coming into the port there was evidence of beautiful old buildings with the odd sky scraper added for good luck. However on closer inspection and when driving through the town of Naples to reach our destination, it is very run down and quite depressing. The apartment housing is quite terrible and the buildings look on the verge of collapse. As we came out of the city there was evidence of farming and the ...
Welcome to Pompeii, the buried city. Uncover the truth and history behind this lost city. What is left of this place remind us what was lost when Mt. Vesuvius buried this city in ashes and lava. These ruins tell a story of what was used to be a few thousand years ago. It is amazing to see what has remained of Pompeii. It is difficult to imagine what it was like to be living in this city when the eruption occurred. What it must have felt like. We can ...
... 8221; as we scuttle across the road to the relative safety of the other side.
As the world’s mecca of pizza, Naples’ streets are crammed with pizzerias and, much like the city’s street life, these establishments are chaotic and fast-paced. Mild-mannered Brits as we are, we found ourselves on more than one occasion being barged to one side by a queue-jumping. Stern words (in our garbled Italian-English crossover) were exchanged and our pizzas