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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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Emily and I arrived in Rome around noon on March 4, 2014 and took the train to Naples we arrived in Naples around 4PM. Naples is a bit of a rowdy city and a little dirty, but if you search it has its own charm. We spent the first day getting acquainted with city, wandering through the cramped alleyways and street markets. While there we visited the …
... seasonal, and you use simple but well balanced ( few) ingredients. This makes our ( you like how I count myself as a Neapolitan! ) food simply delicious! Or as they would say multi particulare ( very particular ) There are a few other very important differences like the fact that most Italians Work to live not live to work. My whole perspective on life has changed by really enjoying the small things that make living really great. Like a long leisurely and delicious lunch ...
... about 5 minutes after our plane was supposed to have left they started boarding, still with no announcements made. We got out boarding passes scanned and found out we were then being loaded onto a bus which would take us onto the plane. The bus then proceeded to wait (full of people) for another 10 minutes before finally heading to the plane so we could get on. Things were definitely running on Sunday Italian time! We got to Napoli and headed out to the concourse to ...
... 8217; and seeing archaeological artefacts such as pots and bread ovens and also plaster casts of dogs and people who did in their sleep or in the streets. Some of the amphitheatres and theatres were particularly impressive and I found myself wandering around the many little streets and alleys of Pompeii quite enchanted and perhaps wishing I had more time to see it all. It turns out that Pompeii is less about Vesuvius, the volcano which killed it, and more about the ancient city ...
... green which goes well with the floor and the flowers.
Here (and at other churches) are posters for upcoming pilgrimages to
We take the bus back to our hotel. The restaurant isn't open since its low season. We go to a nearby hotel. We're surprised to see so many cars driving at night. Dinner is pasta, trancio di spada (slice of sword fish), bread and water (28E). As usual we are basically sharing one