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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRomeo Hotel Naples
It was very nice and they gave us complimentary breakfast
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... hate-hate relationship with the village rooster - who thought 5am was a good time to start crowing. After being awakened by the storm, the rooster was not a welcome noise when trying to get back to sleep. Next day was our day long tour with Sorrento Silver Star Car Services, bright and early!
This was our airbnb apartment - quite nice - good rate for three people.
... imposing looking castle that is on the port. It is closed for a function, so we continue in the direction of a brown sign pointing to a piazza and a theatre. Across the road from the theatre there is an information office, so we head in there and fortunately, the girl there is very happy to tell us the ‘must see’s in Naples’ by foot, although there are other places to see if you take a taxi or the funicular to the top the hill. We decide the Centro Storica ...
... lounge/dining area. We even had a drinks stand in the shape of a globe.
Once we had settled in, our first order of business was finding Neopolitian pizza! It was a short walk to via dei Tribunali which is where some major pizzerias are located. I Decumani had a take-out stand where we bought a whole pizza margherita folded twice into quarters. It was only 1 Euro! Finally, we were eating the dough of our dreams - springy, ...
... the little jetty.
Breaking free of the hustle, we inadvertently found ourselves at the door of Antonio's Scooter Hire.
Buoyed by our ability to navigate Napoli in Mr Bloom, we went inside.
It took about 15 minutes to organise our paperwork and in that time, Antonio would have displayed competency in at least 6 languages, all with an Italian accent, but ...
... France we used cash to pay, but it ended up being a real pain trying to find the right change, here we just pull out the credit card, it takes two seconds and we’re off. The toll for about 360k’s was 27 Euro’s which is quite a bit, but the alternative would have been over 10 hours driving.
We rocked into the hotel in the town of Fossecesia, in the Sangro River Valley . We’d got it cheap on booking.com (did I mention what a great a web site ...