Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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WE had to get up early the next morning because we were leaving England today and I was going to miss London because all my favorite parts were in London. But we got all packed which is tough for me because within 1 hour of the time we've stayed at a place my bag and clothes are more messy than my room. We packed everything into Rhonda's car and all squished in the backseat and got driven to Barnes railway station. We said good bye to Rhonda and jumped on ...
3 September Moving day. Jo was feeling apprehensive about the move today for some reason and I was a bit edgy too. Too many bags - today will be a day of logistics. In the end, it all went very smoothly. Cab to Termini in Rome, slight delay, on the train - our e-ticket thingy worked perfectly (no printing) - and we hurtled to Napoli at almost 300kph (they have a read-out in the carriages; the fastest I saw was 292kph!!). We got a cab from the train station in ...
... of this trip. We found a street cafe in Piazza Bellini. The last pizza I had was the one I had in Pogerola after our full day hiking the Amalfi Coast a few days before Easter. I keep telling Mike it's the best pizza I have ever had. It was mushroom, tomato, arugula and olive oil and I ordered the same one here. So simple and again so delicious! Mike ordered a Caprese pizza and his last Italian Birra. No we did not eat it all. We had no idea the pizzas would be that big. At ...
... s attention to lower the bucket to get things up to the window thus avoiding a trip up the stairs. They each have a unique high pitched, bird-like whistle unlike any we've heard. Mixed in are the sounds of children playing in the streets and parents calling them home.
Friday, Sept 27
Another sick day for George, now has added a cough. The TV in our hotels get only 5-6 stations and the only one in English is CNN. So George figured put ...
... freedom in AD 313, and christian churches began to spring up all over Rome. St. Clement was the third successor behind the first Pope, St. Peter, and his papacy began in the early 90's (the original, original 90's!). St Clement was exiled by the Emperor Trajan in AD 101, tied to an anchor, and thrown into the sea. As such, he is a martyr in the Catholic Church, having died in defense of his faith. The 4th century basilica still had many well-preserved frescoes.