Le Cheminee Business Hotel
Travel Blogs from Naples
... br> Jacquita is an avid admirer of Caravaggio and seeks out his paintings at every chance. We went to the Pio Monte della Misercordia to see the 7 Acts of Mercy painting by Caravaggio and got to see it just before closing. (being Sunday, closing was at 2) More walking, more shopping, (still haven't bought anything) more walking..a stop for a gelato or coffee..and on to Via Toledo where our Funicular station was. We happened to be passing ...
... kids get older. They were good folk. Our first stop was the town of Positano which is along the Amalfi Coast. Positano is about an hour and a half away from the port and on the other side of a mountain range. It's a small town with small streets so only small busses are allowed to enter. Along the way to Positano, we drove through the town of Sorrento and saw Mount Vesuvius. The Amalfi Coast is breathtaking. The cliffs and greenery are not a sight to be missed. I took way too ...
... sticks but we didn't feel we needed them!
We just kept climbing higher and higher towards the crater. Our water supplies were fast dwindling.. lucky Simon had his water bladder in! The views were absolutely breathtaking. All over Naples. w
Panoramic views galore. It was priceless up here. I loved it.
We climbed higher again over more uneven ground, until finally we saw it. The crater. The crater of the only active volcano, stratovolcano, on European ...
... rails, thereby allowing her germs to be passed on to her fellow passengers. She had been a complete whinger (British slang) jerk all day long!
When I returned to our room I immediately chugged down some “Airborne”. After dinner I crashed on the sofa in our cabin, waking up long enough to climb into bed for a nice long sleep. Happily, Barbara is back up to full speed.
Next: The Port of Civitavecchia, Italy, and our first rainy ...
... we did not have to fight for (Whew!!!). We were amazed at how fast and efficient the train station was, with clear signage so we easily found out where we were supposed to be. We got on and enjoyed the trip to Naples, going by wondrous countryside, olive groves and villages reminiscent of ancient Roman times. The countryside sure is different than Otawa!
Once we arrived in Naples, ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet