MH Design Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews MH Design Hotel Naples
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I woke up really late the next morning and got Nutella and toast for Breakfast. After breakfast we headed down to the train station but we weren't to sure what train we were taking and it didn't help when everyone spoke Italian. There were also some really creepy beggars walking around and the was a really really old lady who asked for money of me and I just said no but I hated it ...
... After laughing about it with the front desk staff he kindly told us to call from our room and they'd bring it up! Bryan and Jeff were never so excited to see an iron & ironing board and did all their ironing before dinner. Tomorrow we'll relax and have a chance to take in the Almalfi Coast! Ciao! Disclaimer: between staying up late/getting up early to write, too much wine/food and writing while in vehicles/trains my apologies for any typos/misspelled or misused ...
... walk. Garbage dumpsters were burned in the streets. Windows shattered, broken bottles lined the streets, litter was beyond sickening, ugh Italy :(
Mike and I then escaped Napoli for the day on Sunday. We caught a train (also covered in graffiti) and went south to Pompeii. Again we used our "Amazing Race" style of buying tickets and we won, ahead of all those other "teams"! Mike stood in a very long line, that though was the correct line, it was ...
... it was only 2:00, so off to the spa it was! Coupons in hand, I enjoyed my shore excursion special, and Matt had a hot stone massage. Ahhhh. I can see why they called this special "The Perfect Day" - shore excursion in the morning, pure relaxation in the afternoon! We packed up our suitcases and headed for our last dinner in the dining room. With thanks for our waiters and sommelier, our cruise was drawing to a close. We miss everyone at home, but it's hard to leave this ...
... Julius Ceasar and Augustus and not so real like Nike and Apollo) and artefacts from the various excavations around the area (eg Pompeii).
We then hit the metro again to another stops that meets with a funicular (cable car) which took us down to a posher bit of town. It had the magnificent Umberto Galleria (ie very old shopping mall) - Westfield could certainly learn a thing or two from it ...