- 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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... to the train station. We were going to Ercolano (Herculaneum), the first of two ancient cities that we were going to visit that day.
We had a bit of a stuff around getting our tickets and ended up with one for the bus instead of the train which saw us having to walk a few kms from the bus stop to the site, and to top it off we later found out that the train station is located only a few metres away from the entrance! We approached the ticketing window, which was old and ...
... was with or without cheese, so of course I went for with. It was such a gooooooood pizza! I can die happy now! Since them I have heard about so many other people wanting to go there, but not bothering waiting, I'm so lucky.
After more random walking in the stifling heat, I got back to the hostel for a nice nap, waking refreshed for some more walking. I took a drink at a bar and had a nibble on the accompanying snacks, and didn't feel I needed any more food and returned ...
... de resistance I thought was the dove in the centre of stain glass window behind the main altar. Outside, the noise of the city continues, the others drop their guard and we end up outside another castle we couldn’t get into, so we decide to get a spot of lunch by the quayside, there will be lots of bars and such there. So we walk through the streets in the direction of the port and find the university section, follow the students to a supermarket that was full of locals ...
I have been looking forward to Naples since the cruise I was on with my parents. There is a pizza place called Da Michele, here is the website : http://damichele.net/index.php?section= home. Basically this is a world famous pizza place that usually has a line out the door. It is recommended in almost all travel books for true authentic Napoli pizza, and was also the same pizza place that is in the book and movie Eat, Pray, Love. This pizza is to die for, Rochelle took me there last ...
... s at 2:30am.
The next day we were to go to Pompeii. I was fine leaving Maya at the house in the garden, but Sara’s mom was afraid that Maya would cry for me and she didn’t know how to handle it if a fight broke out between their dog and mine. I agreed to take Maya with me and tie her up if Pompeii wouldn’t let her inside.
Sara’s dad drove us all the way there. We got out, and I tied Maya to a pole. A guide told us that she was allowed ...