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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... We filled our time by filling our stomachs and eventually our train was boarded and we had a compartment to ourselves, not initially but I think as it became apparent shortly before the train departed that we 3 young things would be full of exuberance and chatter the older man who'd joined our compartment (presumably in his assigned seat) promptly left. The train ride passed much as the bus ride, though with more comments of 'god I'm so sleepy' (mostly from me), and of ...
We woke to the alarm after a great sleep and popped over the road to the Yellow cafe opposite for breakfast. It is all connected to the hotel.
We both had 'Fitness' which was a yummy muesli, yoghurt and honey. A decent sized amount washed down with a Coffee.
We then walked to the train station and bought some fruit for later in the day.
(The Nectarine and Apricots were very tasty. Just like a Moorpark Apricot.)
The footpaths are not that kind ...
... ticket is only any good if validated on the platform. With about 10 mins to spare I leaped off the train bags and all and ran to the validating machine. Got back on fine and found a seat, train left 5 minutes late anyway. And my ticket wasn't checked in the end. Oh well. Plugged in my headphones and watches the scenery go by for just under three hours.
Naples. From what I've seen naples seems like a rawer version of rome. Dirty, but with well dressed people and ...
... enclosed in grapes vines that wrapped chaotically overhead. We devoured the pizza & pasta and continued on our merry way to the zesty town of Sorrento.
Sorrento is a brief but windy ride down the Amalfi Drive around to the peninsula. It is also home to Limoncello, a lemon liquor which comes in two variations (the standard limoncello & limoncello cream). So naturally our first stop while in the town of Sorrento was some tastings of both liquor & food that ...
... after dealing with a very rude trenitalia employee on the train, we arrived in Naples and made our way to the Pompei train. Now, before I continue, the scenery on the train ride down to Naples was gorgeous. Mountains and beautiful green hills were everywhere. Then you arrive in Naples which looks a bit like a third world country. Cinderblock structures and others that simply look like a bomb hit them, and I'm pretty sure I saw what ...