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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... beautiful!!! Then we made our way to the tourist train pick up point, this train was a train that drives on the road, it took us to all the popular places of interest, 1 of the places was a Hotel in which some famous people such as Marilyn Monroe & the Prince of Wales stayed at. During the ride it rained quite heavily & we got wet. After we got off the train we went to a restaurant for lunch. For lunch we had Pizza. AGAIN!!!!! ...
Day 3 in Rome
Well, today was a bit of an adventure! The public transportation workers decided today would be a good day to go on strike. But that just meant a more interesting day! The hostel I'm staying at is a campground/hostel combo about 30 minutes by train outside of the main city. At the station where I've normally been taking the train straight into town, I ran into a very helpful lady. She knew that some of the buses ...
... metro line, and made it to the hostel (which was basically on top of the metro station). Lesson learned-- no more Naples after dark.
By this point it was pretty late, so we showered and got ready for bed. There was a girl from Kansas City (Amy) also staying in the hostel, so we talked to her for a while and made plans to check out Pompeii together the next morning. New friends everywhere, yay! We all woke up early ...
... through the narrow lanes of the seaside villages the traffic backed up really quickly. God knows what it’s like in the middle of August. Parking anywhere was a still a nightmare but after skipping through our intended destination we did eventually find somewhere up on the hillside outside Praiano, just along from the town of Amalfi itself. After arriving we started one of our ...
... pizza so far, and beautifully cooked chicken and veal. YUMBO!
We work up this morning with freshly baked (and hand made) croissants and all sorts of Italian breakfast goodies. – Very filling and nice, the perfect start to a day of exploring. We jumped on a bus to the town of Almafi (taking the travel tables) and an hour of winding later we were there – along with half of the world… It was packed, and was ...