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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ideal Naples
Steps away from the central train station - so you guess what the area is like :) Let's just say you won't find any 'Italian' prostitutes here :)
That said, the rooms and breakfast are adequate and it's a good budget option for Napoli. In those terms, I would recommend it.
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... meal of pizza and salad. It started to rain a bit again, so we just wondered around the town. Prices were very expensive. At about 3:30 we went to the bus stop and waited an hour for the bus. Felt very sick on the drive down. Went back to the room for a rest then went exploring. Found Adsies mum a gift for her birthday and bought ...
... see a glimpse of one along the way, it will clearly be gone going around the next turn. There is no need for the line anyway. It seems to be the norm along these roadways to just make your way along a road any way and any how you can. Forget about traffic lights, there are none! You just maneuver around other motorists going into an intersection. Everyone just seems to take turns. It's surprising there are not many car accidents here. I finally arrived in the charming little town of ...
... for me, having me try them on at every step to see if they were just right. A little adjustment here, a little adjustment there, perfect! He nails everything in place and I walk of with custom shoes!
There is also a shop specializing in lemon. They have lemon soap, lemon candles, HOME MADE limoncello (YUM) and homemade limoncello crema (YUM). We went to the bar attached to ...
... the address I was livid. I said to Cynthia you stay with the car that we had double parked Italian style and I would go and find the hotel. 1 hr later I had found it right where the GPS said it was but no thanks to the internet booking website. The internet site had the hotel’s English name not its Italian one. That now explains why all the Italians looked at me with that weird look on their faces when I asked where it was. ...
... to that incident.
On a side note, they grow the largest lemons that I have ever seen in this area. I believe that the volcanic matter in the soil helps contribute to their size.
After wandering the ruins for a good four hours, we returned to the hotel to check in. Then we ate at a restaurant called cherry we had ridiculously inexpensive and delicious margherita pizza and fried potato cheese sticks. Here you order your pizza in a slice or "1/2 meter." Not ...