Travel Blogs from Naples
I do not have anything I want to say about Naples. We walked over to the oldest part of Naples, as this is one of the main tourist places and not to be missed, apparently, and it was disgusting, loud, and full of mafia looking people and black as night Africans, that get up in your business. Get me out of ...
... uncovered and excavated. Today has been a big day and after wandering around for a solid couple of hours, we were both ready for home. We caught the train back to Sorrento. From the local supermarket we purchased some Presecco (Italian Sparkling WIne) and some nibbles before heading back to our hotel for pre dinner drinks. We again enjoyed dinner at our hotel but promised ourselves we would venture into Sorrento for dinner on our last night. This has been a most enjoyable ...
The bar serveries because Not custom to lunch st home - called thermopolium
Learned about different building materials and structures
Got to end - walked through ancient shoreline
Beach used to be there
Exit! Wow what a visit
To train station
... pizzeria since it might be busy. There was a small crowd when we got there so we had to get a number and wait outside. No big deal, we figured we would have to wait. A few minutes later a man came out and yelled out a number...in Italian. Awesome. I panicked inside for a good second, but luckily there was a nice british man in line that was able to ask his friend what 71 was in Italian. We were so thankful because we DID NOT want to miss our number. Fourty ...
... than I am in Rome. Once Giovanni was done telling us everything to do, it was 3:30! Our time was obviously running short, so we went out to start our sightseeing. The roads are much narrower than in Rome, but everything felt more authentic and natural there. There are more food markets than boutiques in the area we were in; it was a nice change of scene.
First order of business was getting food into our starving bellies. What better ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility