Culture Hotel Villa Capodimonte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We of course, opted for the scenic route. She stopped for photo shot of Naples where there just happened to be a Limoncello seller. He very kindly offered us a taste which calmed my nerves and fortified us for the rest of the drive.
There are something like 1,000 bends on the coast road and some very steep drops. I fully understand the Oh My God aspect. There were a few times when I could not bear to look down but ...
... us down the coast very quickly. Once we arrived in Naples (~1:30), we checked into our hotel and relaxed for a little while. We decided this time of the day would be best for checking out one of the famous pizzerias nearby (L'Antica Pizzeria da Michele), as we hoped it would be less busy than dinner time. When we got there, there was a queue outside! We were pretty surprised with how busy it was, but quickly learnt that all these people were waiting ...
... in the second row. The show was a high-energy song and dance production featuring songs from some of the greatest West End and Broadway musicals. It involved sets, great lighting and pyro-technics. The ensemble were young entertainers who didn't have big names but did ooze with talent.
After the show, we returned to our cabin and as we did, we noticed that the moon was full, or very close to it. It looked beautiful especially with the light reflecting on the ocean. When ...
We stayed one night in Naples and we didn't think it was that great. We walked around for two hours trying to find a restaurant believe it or not! That may be because our hotel was near the train station and not by the central port area. We were just exhausted and wanted to sit down for a nice relaxing meal. Finally we found a cozy little family owned trattoria. We enjoyed a bottle of Valpolicella, homemade mozzarella, gnocchi, risotto, and classic custarda di ...
... caused by the wheels all those centuries ago. We also saw a number of the original lead pipes. Some of the villas and bath houses, etc, are in amazing condition with the wall frescoes in vibrant colours and intricate details. There are a few interesting sculptures there such as the Faun and Apollo although these are copies, with the originals being in Naples Museum (we were going to see that but chose to go to the Subterranean instead.) We felt it would be good if one ...