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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
TravelPod Member ReviewsRomeo Hotel Naples
It was very nice and they gave us complimentary breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Naples
... walked behind my back I was scared that she was just standing there but I didn't want to turn around and find out. We finally got on the right train and headed to Pompeii. I didn't see much when I got there and it looked like and ordinary city but when we went and saw the ruins I was amazed I was expecting piles of ancient ash covering lots of body's but it was all dug out and some ...
... the coast and into the mountains with great views of the Italian countryside. Unfortunately Ella felt carsick again, and vomited in the front passenger seat of the van She coped really well, and as soon as it was safe to stop we cleaned her up and continued on to Pompeii. As Ella didn't have any shoes (they were wrecked during the vomiting incident) she wouldn't be able to go into the ruins ...
... I asked him to give me some money so I could go back to a small ticket office I had seen as we entered the train station. I took off running, yes OJ style, jumping over small children, a few sleeping homeless, food carts and luggage. When I get there, only one lady was in front of me and...score...two tickets to Paradise, I mean to Pompeii. And the added bonus was the young man that sold me the tickets was a very cute or should I say Hot Italian and he spoke English! Chock one up ...
... recovery day too for her. More hotels to search and begin to look in other close by areas. Maiori seems to be the winner, that's the town I mistakenly got off the bus earlier in the week. Prices and cliffs are much lower. The town is probably only half open, but we can ride bus to Amalfi and then to Ravello gardens ...
... the shore. He worked on merchant ships in his day and had sailed to Australia many times. He was sweet and we ended up buying yet more art, to somehow carry home on the plane. Back to the Margarita for our foursies, quick change and then back again there for dinner. Whilst G is eating her spaghetti with clams she tells us that the last time she ate clams she was ill... Do I need to tell you more? Yep that night she was ill again. Not a good night! And we need to leave ...