Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... come on board Cunard’s QE and dress after 6pm like they are at the beach. Pre dinner drinks at the Midship bar tonight, we were talking to a Canadian lady and her granddaughter who is a uni student & traveling together.
The show tonight was Bruce Morrison again singing the songs from Andrew Webber's hit musicals,an excellent show. Then Leon took about 50 passengers out on deck 5 forward to look at the night sky brilliant; and I as we all did saw a shooting ...
... managed to get us around the long lines waiting to get in. A friend of mine toured here a few years ago and she and her husband got separated from their group and they got lost trying to find their way out. Now that I was here I could easily understand how that happened, as the place is massive! As we made our way through the walkways made from stones, I couldn't help but wonder about the people who walked on these same stones over 2000 years ago.
... got lunch and had a mosie though the town it was so beautiful we wish we had more time and wish we had stayed here rather than Naples but hindsight is a great thing!
The last part of our day was to get a cab from the train station in Naples to the wharf to catch the boat.... What an experience. The cab rank was huge there were at least 50 cabs all piled in 4 wide. We were ushered into a cab and headed off on our thrill ride, there is no ...
... thing you notice upon entering the ancient city, is that Mount Vesuvius is visible from every point in the city. And at the time when it erupted, it was believed to have been twice its current height! As we walked through the ancient city, we stopped first at the opera house. Some of the marble steps and seats are still there, and the rest has been reconstructed, and remnants of the stage were still visible, so that if you use a little imagination you can picture ...
Today we hopped back on our favourite ghetto train for a day trip. I didn't mention yesterday that another fine feature of the dilapidated regional train is the musical serenade you get each time you're on board. You can count on at least an accordion, but often drums as well and even a tambourine if you're lucky. While I admire the entrepreneurial spirit and enthusiastic performances of these rag-tag bands, I don't particularly enjoy the splitting headache I get each time (the volume ...