- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
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... that veers back into a Napoli neighbourhood, the first of many wrong turns I will take today. So I end up missing Casavatore, and take another road north to Casoria where I finally reach a sign that reads “Napoli” with a huge pile of trash bags piled up right next to it. I can resist the photo opportunity. I’m half tempted to use this as my official Napoli photo with a caption “Welcome to Napoli!” but that wouldn’t be ...
... mountain, where the castle is located. We finally made it though, and it was well worth the hike. From this location, we were on top of Napoli, and could see for miles and miles in all directions! We were able to understand the city better from this height, and had beautiful views of Capri and Mt. Vesuvius in the distance. We couldn't have asked for better weather, all weekend long it was sunny and 60 degrees! I'm so glad I decided to spend the ...
Yesterday we had our 'excursion' to Capri. It sounded very special but we found it to be an anticlimax to what we had expected. Capri was an overpriced, unkept and busy town full of tourists and pretty expensive shops...and we think our tour guide had struggled to get out of bed and to the tour on time. Maybe a contribution to the way the tour panned out! One aspect we really did enjoy was the tour of Axel Munthe's house and ...
... and Roman marble sculptures. After spending almost two hours at the museum the power still wasn't back on, so I didn't bother hanging around to see if it came back, and headed out into Naples itself.
If I'm honest (and I try to be), Naples still doesn't really impress me. Granted, I haven't seen all of it, and as I said yesterday, the areas around the train stations are rarely nice, but even the parts that I spent the afternoon ...
Week 19 cont... 6/07/2012 – 08/07/2012
The train I caught to Sorento was packed and it was sooo hot and smelly since the trains for the morning was cancelled everybody hopped on this one. I arrived in Sorento 1.5 hrs later and then waited for the bus. Six hrs later I finally reached Positano. The bus stop was just around the corner from my hostel which I was really glad about. Positano is all on BIG hills ...