Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After having a simple breakfast of croissants and jam, we set off from our accommodation shortly after about 11 am. We had no specific plans for the day.
We first headed along the Via Toldeo. It was Saturday morning and the street was very busy with shoppers. After walking some way, we took a detour down a narrow side street. We found ourselves in a market selling meat, vegetables and fish. At one shop a fish monger was selling the head ...
... into a few smaller towns along the Amalfi Coast. We did a quick look around the Duomo di Sant'Andrea Apostolo, which has Turkish architecture. We followed the coast and passed through the small towns and REALLY narrow, windy roads.
We stopped to eat a light meal in Positano, which is a lovely town!!! If we were to come back, I'd like to stay in Positano. There are unique shops that are situated up windy, walking paths. The views are lovely. There are so ...
... excellent in Level 3 NCEA!
Roma Termini - 9.30 on a Sunday morning and the station was humming.
Roma to Napoli - We were going 278 kph and the highest speed I saw was 299!
The taxi queue in Napoli. - Waiting in line for a taxi. White (official) Taxis had a five lane loading zone so the queue moved quickly.
Palazzo Turchini - Our room(s). I hope the shower is as good as the shower in the 2 star in Rome.
... the château became a repository for art work seized from churches and princely homes. As a result of Versailles serving as a repository for confiscated art works, collections were amassed that eventually became part of the proposed museum (Fromegot, 1903). Among the items found at Versailles at this time a collection of natural curiosities that has been assembled by the sieur Fayolle during his voyages in America. The collection was sold to the comte d’Artois and was ...
... in his assumption of me, I hated every bit of it, from the rubbish strewn streets, the smell, the standard of driving especially by the numerous scooters and the amount of dog dirt everywhere and this in the 3rd largest city of Italy. Totally shocking!
In all honesty I was starving but refuse to eat here, I'm not taking the ...