MH Design Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up the middle - would be quite frustrating for the drivers! We did walk up to the top of the road on our last day and there are apartments and houses, so of course cars need to get thru. Lots of nice little shops, and we found a gelato place (of course). Got some gelato, admired the waterfront and the nighttime lights, then wandered back to the room to relax.
There was quite a thunder and lightening storm that night, and I ...
... we approach the city of Naples, the GPS tells us it will take just over an hour to get through Naples. Three hours later we arrived in Sorrento. What a ride! We were over taken by a woman pulling a suitcase three times…
Surely it will be better on foot? As we exit the port, there are a myriad of taxi drivers, tour operators and then the 'come buy, good price, look fav’rit colour’ peddlers. There is road works along the portside, but we head out ...
... not disappointed. Despite a central downtown location a few steps away from Gesu Nuovo church, the building was located behind a gated courtyard. Hidden away from the bustling streets, the area was quiet and perfect for a restful night's sleep.
Napoli Suites has 4 beautifully furnished suites with high ceilings and skylights with automated shades. I managed to book Suite Pignatelli which had its own Jacuzzi, kitchenette ...
... we went on a four hour tour to Herculaneum- a town with ruins that are not as large as Pompeii, but, from what I have been told are better preserved.
The kids decided to stay in the 'actually getting to be fun' Kids Club, whilst Daryl and I went on the four hour tour to the ancient city.
First stop on the tour was a visit to a place that carves by hand, Cameos (meaning carvings in Italian).
I was prepared to see a ...
... when we got on to the island. Al is now famous on Capri for his swimming prowess. We all took the bus to the tip of the island where there was a litlle inlet and some platforms for beaching and a ladded into a very wavy sea for the more adventurous. Al showed a few of the Italians how to time the waves in order to climb back up the ladder out of the sea.
While Al was swimming and the others were enjoying the sun, Nina and I went ...