Hotel Il Convento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and chips but we wanted to order some of the traditional goodies in the bay maree. We got one sausage and white bean dish and one dish that they were calling parmigiana that was like an eggplant lasagne. The sausage was really good but the eggplant was exceptional!
We continued up the hill to get the tickets for the mini bus to Mt Vesuvius. It was 45mins until the next departure so we headed into the cafe next door for a coffee. We both ordered a latte and I held out ...
... significant aspects of the site, some small and others large. For example, we could see where the iron wheels of carts and carriages had worn ruts into the stone roadway. We saw buildings that were used as food stalls and these still had large pots in a servery of sorts. We saw a house that would have been the home to an upper class resident of Pompeii. There were stone finishes and other works still intact, although worn badly over time.
The maximum today reached about ...
The penultimate stop for our cruise, Naples. As we drift in the Bay of Naples, I catch the sun as it climbs its way past the mountain overlooking the bay, Vesuvius. It really does tell you when you're here, as it dominate the horizon to the East. It is my third time in the bay and we are looking forward to our day in Naples. When we left home we were not particularly sure whether or not the cruise was stopping here or in Salerno. We had left ourselves two options depending on ...
... get the feeling like you are back in the period Before Common Era. It is brilliant. Walking through that archway felt like you walked through into an entirely different world and reality altogether. It was majestic. I loved it already.
To think we were walking on a 'street'. This was someone's address. Where they lived. This was their home. Their place of employment. Their place of entertainment. This was their life. Until it was all obliterated in the ...
Today starts out as a lazy day. The Hotel Amalfi room is on the small side but nice and it was quiet last night. We get a good nights sleep and take our time getting ready, repacking everything for our move to the apartment. When we get downstairs, Giuseppe Lucibello is there and is ready to take us to our apartment. He apologizes several times for the inconvenience and puts us in a two room apartment instead of the studio we reserved. It is not cleaned yet but there is a ...