Hotel Il Convento
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- Minbar in room
- TV Other Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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After a very early start (there really should only be one 4o'clock in a day) we had a very stress free journey - no queues at Manchester or Naples airports. Taxi to hotel was definitely an experience our driver didn't give way to anyone, got lost & was inches away from a collision with a scooter - most of this while driving down narrow streets …
... we do is eat and shop. Not entirely true. We do walk and chat as well!
The woman from the Napoli based tour information on board ship recommended that we try one of the oldest Pizzerias in town – Antica Pizzeria Della Regina D’Italia Brandi on Salita S. Anna di Palazzo 1/2., www.brandi.it. In operation since 1780….well, that’s good enough for me. And, it was too!! I had a pizza Capricciosa ...
... there. He then proceeded to give us a cooking lesson and prepared a super yummy pasta dish for lunch (and quite simple so I think I should be able to reporoduce it). Giovanni then sent the four of us out on a walk to get acquainted with Naples and see some beautiful views seeing as the weather was beautiful.
We went for this walk, which began by taking the funicular (cable car) to the top of a hill then walking down. From here was had amazing views over the Naples bay ...
... were not really going to do the the museum justice and decided to concentrate on the things we wanted to see which were the artefacts from Herculaneum and Pompeii. They were magnificent and well worth the 18000 steps Annie's pedometer says w have walked today.
We caught the Metro home, Annie deeply asleep most of the way and now we are in bed planning our trip north to Tivoli tomorrow.
... On the site of a small, derelict, chapel in Anacapri, he built Villa San Michele, which once again evolved from a vision. His house and garden were so well preserved...green, lush and interesting to boot. His splendid house overlooks the Bay of Naples. Here Axel Munthe conserved the various antiquities and fossils which he had collected or found on the island, including many Greek artefacts and a couple of sphinxes. This was ...