Le Cheminee Business Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Cheminee Business Hotel Naples
Our first night in Naples and in Italy
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We decided to take in the spectacular views of the Amalfi Coast and discover the history of the infamous Pompeii ruins - both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. We left the Port of Naples and on our drive along the famed Amalfi Coast, we enjoyed breathtaking views of sparkling blue sea, citrus orchards, olive groves and little villages nestled along secluded bays and terraced into hillsides. A stop was made at the picturesque village of Amalfi so that we ...
... It was pretty cheap too, and fast, but the trains on the line we were on (line B) were not the nicest. Very old with not many seats and graffiti EVERYWHERE. They got us there though, although we did realise the metro line branched off before our stop and the trains alternated in their final destination, so we did have to hop off and get on the next train at one point. Once at Roma Tiburtina, we looked around for a bit and bought a few train snacks. ...
... we explored the excavations of the trading port of Pompeii which were buried beneath the ashes when Mt Vesuvius erupted in 79AD.
The coastal town of Sorrento was our next stop. This town lies at the end of the southern peninsula of the Bay of Naples. After a visit to a workshop making furniture pieces of inlaid wood, we lunched at a convent converted into a restaurant. Our meal was a starter of pasta, with chicken in ...
... these were amazing - and there was so many of them. Apparently museums in New York and London also house some because they bought them in 1906 when they were discovered. I reckon they should give them back to Italy, just as museums from around the world should give what was taken from the Parthenon back to Greece. We then saw the exhibition of the every-day items from Pompeii and Herculaneum. These were very beautiful and the designs of ...
... got the same pasta I'd had the day before. Then I got a caprese salad (delicious) while the others had eggplant parmigiana. The servers misunderstood the allergies and gave the twins what I had (after a long wait). For dessert they gave us an orange and everyone else a slice of a lovely lemon cake. The twins have nut allergies, and I think they were concerned that perhaps there may have been a nut oil in some of the food and didn't want to take any ...