Hotel Nuovo Rebecchino
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... Our plans for today were to take the ferry to the Isle of Capri. It was a pleasant 50 minute trip across to the Island. Would you believe the weather was again perfect with blue skies and light winds. On the trip over we were approached by a guide who said she could provide a tour of the Island where you would see all the sites. The cost 20 euro each.
We had a group of (11) on our bus tour. We left the harbour and travelled ...
... not exist to be able to preserve it properly.
The most recent eruption of Mount Vesuvius was in 1944 in the midst of World War II. After it erupted, those that escaped Naples left Italy and moved to the United States and are who we now know as Italian Americans. When they arrived, many of them set up shop selling the foods of their land (Naples) and it became so popular that it was just identified as Italian food, even though it was only ...
... in a big way courtesy of the city it seems - there are some of the most beautiful decorations hanging across the streets, almost entirely composed of white fairy lights and in many of the squares, Christmas themed figures or scenes finely crafted with wire and covered in white lights. One in particular, near the statue of four lions, was Santa's sleigh drawn by six reindeer, about 15m long and a couple of metres high!
When you ...
... the bottom and villas clinging to the cliffs. Going around the island by boat we got to see the amazing blue grotto, the pink cave where they get the red coral for jewellery from, a cave with a stalactite in the shape of the Madonna (not the singer with cone shaped boobs!!) where the water reflects onto the ceiling in a beautiful light aqua colour and lots of fabulous rock formations. The colour of the water had to be seen ...
... we went with Genni to see Napoli Sototerra, where we explored and walked through years and centuries of history, from the Romans to WWII. We also "saw" the roman theatre, actually Napoli's houses are built in it, therefore you cannot see it. Ten we walked around through Napoli and saw Spaccanapoli famous for its nativity scenes. We also saw some of the churches in Napoli including Gesu Novo with a Giotto ...