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... somewhere. I half expect the sign to read “You can pay with credit card, in cash, or in fingers!” The place is too expensive for me… so I head back down to the surreal ghetto scene that seems right out of a Charles Dickens novel… up a dim alley with grotesque Baroque balconies above, blackened by seemingly centuries of neglect… If I can just find a safe place to stay, I think I’m going to love this place. It’s completely ...
... staff rung round, found them a hotel and dropped them off to it. They didn't have to be that helpful but they were. I found walking the streets of Napoli to be more exciting than Rome and funnily enough, Napoli is a dirtier city-there is rubbish everywhere but, apart from that, I found it had a better atmosphere.
I am also embarrassed to say that I discovered they are famous for adopting skulls(gosh some Europeans are weird but ...
It was an early morning and I felt so lonely - as I was all alone in Italy.
The topdeckers had moved on to Venice.
I woke up at 430am - headed to the pick up point for my Pompeii tour.
Caught a bus then a taxi to the pick up hotel or what I thought was the pick up point..
Like all travellers we run into minor problems here and there.
But for me, it felt like the worst possible thing that was happening at ...
... season!) had very friendly staff and was close to all of the major sights. They do not have breakfast. Hotel Ester Il Guelfo Bianco: Good location, 15 minute walk or 5 minute cab ride to the train station. Large rooms if you're getting a triple (don't know about the standard rooms). Nice organic breakfast. Il Guelfo Bianco - Restaurants: Ristorante & Wine Bar dei Frescobaldi. Small wine bar restaurant. The food was great! Dei ...
... Steven and in 2 seats. We all tried to nap at various stages and achieved various amounts of success with it. Managing more to enjoy the view of the mountains and sea below us than anything else.
On arrival in to Naples we (along with about 20 other people) were delightfully confused as we attempted to find the car hire shuttle bus as it was not clearly signposted and despite having an intercom system we were not ...