Montespina Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to be a little quieter and consequently far more attractive. On our way home we stopped at the local supermarket....more traffic chaos, there were more cars than parking spots....not a problem it seems....the man responsible for marshaling cars got us to double park, behind several others already double parked, and asked for the car keys. He said he'd look after the car aswell as the TomTom on the ...
... friends and it was the best show by far. It was a showcase of musical rhythms from all over the world, starting in Spain to India, China, USA, Africa and ending in Ireland with a quite spectacular Riverdance. So on to today - we spent the day here in Naples. We took a hop on hop off bus around both the old town and then up the coast. It was another good day of sightseeing ...
... taxi to the hostel. I'm in a dorm with one other Barbara who is Austrian and working in madrid as a German to English written translator. Seems quite nice. There is a Aussie guy was spends his live traveling for country to country working as and English teacher where ever he can get a job and goes back to australia once a ...
... was built upon remains of a roman market place from 300AD. Pretty cool as we walked through old streets and tiny rooms.
Our afternoon was spent finding the seaside and checking out the epic castle that adorns the Napoli coast. The locals were all over the sea side and tanned as tan could be. Sadly we didn't think to pack our togs so instead chilled under an umbrella sipping granita watching kids play on the rocks and families chill in hired boats on ...
... short ride by high-speed train!). That will mark the true start of my touring, I feel - Bari and Naples are something of transit stopovers. And I feel like I've been having poor hostel experiences since leaving the expensive but cheerful one in Athens - I hope this isn't a feature of Italy. It's dinner time so I head out. The streets smell like **** again and, unlike Bari where drivers were almost painfully polite, I feel like I court death every time I cross a street. ...