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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... t speak the same language, there were plenty of pictures to point to for preferences.
There were many areas where food was cooked and sold, like fast food shops, (often mistaken for toilets because of the round terra cotta pots) We were shown the bakeries and factories where fabric was made. The colors were actually set using urine..that was collected by anyone passing who wanted to contribute. Not sure if I wanted to wear any dress made ...
... go by sea.
We had pizza for dinner, as Napoli is the home of pizza, then attended a short ANZAC day ceremony on the Lido deck, and had a few beers as we passed the Isle of Capri. We talked to a man from Bateman's Bay who knew our cousin John de L.
What a day, probably the best of the trip thus far.
Incidentally, 25th April is a public holiday in Italy - "Liberation Day" - celebrating the end of Mussolini's regime and the Nazi occupation.
... to have invented espresso coffee.
Napoli is the gateway to Capri, Vesuvius and Pompeii, the Amalfi Coast including Positano. There are plenty of gateways to choose from. We have been to some and unlikely to visit others. We have decided to choose a particular gateway today; the gateway to Herculaneum. Not so much of a gateway, more like a hole in a fence!!
Ercolano as it was known in Latin, along with Pompeii was buried by molten Lava, mud ...
... different varieties. The next time you come for dinner we'll be serving real Italian Limoncello!
Vito also took us to several other places he thought we would like to see such as an inlaid wood factory and cameo factory. Both places showed us the very intricate process used in their craft, and of course we brought home a souvenir!
We drove to the main part of Sorrento ...
... brilliant, we thought! It will be like a private tour! We left late at 10am and walked slowly over towards Saint Peter's Square. This is a beautiful square, built in 1656, surrounded by 284 columns topped with 140 saint and centred around an obelisk from Egypt. The square and basilica is built over the top of the Roman Emperor Nero's stadium, and apparently the obelisk used to be the turning point for the chariots. From the square you can see ...