Piccolo Sogno Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Pompeii, we had signed up for a Food Tour of Naples. The basic premise was kind of like a progressive dinner where we would make 7 stops throughout the night and along the way also get a bit of a city tour as well. It sounded like the best of both worlds when we booked it and the actual tour completely surpassed our expectations! When we arrived at the first stop, a pizzeria not very far from our hotel, we immediately knew that we had made a mistake eating a fairly ...
... Storrico" as a pleasant place to visit is far from the truth. The whole city area is full of rubbish. We saw a mound of old mattresses thrown out in the gutter that had been attempted to be set alight. Churches with the doors and gates tightly closed and the courtyards filled with empty soft drink bottles, food wrappers and other debris. The wind blows the detritus from the gutter into the alleyways and corners. Areas with rubbish skips are engulfed ...
... ring at Ponte Vecchio in Florence. So awesome.
We drove to a few more spots for pictures, didn't make it to Tiberius's Villa and the Blue Grotto was closed this time of year, but we got to see the entrance to it. We grabbed a bite to eat, bid Carlo farewell, and took a ferry back to Sorrento for the evening. We shopped the cute little alleyways, had some more crepes because they're fantastic, and found a wine shop that was stocked with ...
... out slowly through Monday morning traffic giving us final views of of the cliffs, ocean and houses clinging improbably to the steep, rocky landscape...goodbye beautiful Sorrento. We travelled along smoothly until we reached Vice Equinse where the driver stopped the bus, did something to the motor, then resumed the trip. But the bus was not happy! It moved only very slowly or jerked along. Panic! Should we get a cab? What if we miss our flight ...
... train to Rome the next morning. I could not be happier. This is the Italy that I have dreamed about since I was a little girl.
If Naples could clean up their act and I could learn more Italian, I would venture to say that a trip to Naples would not be out of the question in the future. But until the streets are clean, it is not a place I would recommend staying - take a day trip to Pompeii or Mount Vesuvius just steer clear of the trash.