Hotel Tramonto D'oro
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Tramonto D'oro Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... a long day and night ahead so I'm keeping the walking to a minimum. Aileen, a lovely and very well-travelled Glaswegian woman around my age from the hostel, joined me in the cafe and we chatted for a while about music, travel, the merits of vinyl records etc. She's convinced me to see Adam and the Ants the next time they hit Reading and has now headed off to track down rare vinyls in a nearby street.
... had similar things to see. It appeared to be more of a fishing village vs a resort city. It also doesn't seem to be as well cared-for or supported as Pompeii. Nevertheless, it still added to our appreciation of Roman life of 2000 years ago and the incredible power of Nature in this case, the volcano, of Mt. Vesuvius. Our touring completed for the day, Sergio delivered us back to our ship where we crashed after another full, adventurous ...
... is too much to talk about so i'll let the pictures and following words do the talking.
Delicious red wine
Incredible pizza & pasta (Di Matteo & Sorbillo)
My favourite restaurant in the world to date (Trattoria da Nennella)
Espresso - yes i even started to drink coffee whilst there.
... 11 entrance fee in to the site, it is quite a saving on the $75 Princess were asking for one of their official excursion!!
After dodging the accordion-playing gypsies who walk up and down the train asking for money we alighted the train at Ercolano.
This following incident makes sense now. As there are no immediate signs pointing to the site, an elderly gentleman approached us. I thought he called me 'Scabby’. I tried to explain they ...
... Hannah and Bailey always go straight for a sugar pick-me-up immediately upon our return to the ship. And they usually manage a late night's sweet treat before retiring for the evening. Mike and I spent a little time in the casino while the girls watched a movie in the room. Then we all laughed and talked until we realized it was midnight and we needed to be up and out of the ship again tomorrow by 8am. Lights Out found us fast asleep as soon as our heads hit the ...