Montespina Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... specialty at the famous Caffe Gambrinus, founded in 1850. Then the rain hit. We slogged our way through the downpour, through seemingly endless, rain-soaked streets. After escaping the rain long enough to eat a Napoli Marguerita pizza, we made our way back to Sorrento. It was a whirlwind day in this great southern Italy ...
Naples is.... Umm... Nope, there is nothing nice to say about it. We arrived late as it was just a stop over, the city is very dirty, graffiti everywhere, extremely run down buildings and the roads are terrible. Our hotel was lovely bit upon check on there were also two 'mafia looking' type guys ...
... With that said, I was stuck going first every round. Guess what happened next? The parrots behind me copied my answers like they were cheating on an oral quiz. This would have been ok if Jason and I matched our answers in the second round, but we didn't. Not only did we not match our answers, but we didn't get a single question correct the rest of the game. We were way off. The highlight of the game came when I was asked Jason's favorite condiment. My ...
... down some dark streets which actually looked really cute because they had loads of nice shops and cafes down them. But before heading back we took a diversion to the cities cathedral which if I'm honest wasn't all that.
When we finally got home we freshened up before heading back to the same pizzeria to get the same pizzas again. Normally we like to try something different but because it was so nice the first time we didn't want to risk it.
... and an audio guide and wander around for a couple of hours. It's fascinating that the colour in the paint has been preserved on many of the wall murals, and also the detail in the floor mosaics made of tiny tiny tiles. Unfortunately much of the area is closed for restoration, and even more unfortunately my audio guide keeps directing me to go through doors which are presently barricaded. 'Now walk down the hallway to the atrium. Are you there yet? If you're NOT ...