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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRomeo Hotel Naples
It was very nice and they gave us complimentary breakfast
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... rough and I thought I had made a mistake until I stepped inside. The interior does not match the exterior and it is quiter than I thought.
Before the evening tour I was able to stretch my legs a bit. I walked to the port and back. I will be coming back that way from Sorrento so I wanted to check the distance. Ok the real reason was not to get exercise ...
... down the best pizzas of my life. Even the simple margarita (I know that's not how they spell it, but it can't remember how it's supposed to go) pizza with only sauce and some basil leaves had the best pizza sauce ever. We were in heaven and the only downside was now none of the rest of the pizzas we had in Italy would stand up with these. For those interested the restaurant was called Starita and if I lived in Naples I would eat there everyday. Contented and ...
... erupted sending many feet of ash onto this city of almost 200,000 people. Many people lost their lives and the town was buried under the ash. In about 1749 people started excavating the city to reveal what life was like at the time.
It is a huge city and was incredibly modern with one exception and that was that there was no drainage so all the waste would run through the streets.
After spending a couple of hours in Pompeii we boarded the bus back to ...
... is worth a visit, as well as the back country. Bosa is of interest for its medieval urbanism; Burgos (Castle of Goceano) is also worth a visit. Some fine churches are found in the island, from the early Christian times to the Baroque period, in the aforementioned cities but also in Porto Torres and Iglesias (Spanish for church). Examples of industrial architecture can also be found in and around Cagliari, in Porto Torres, and in the Sulcis-Iglesiente area, where organized ...
... eyes sometimes closed I hoped to geezies we aren’t run over. Honestly try and picture it, times it by 100 then you might have an idea how crazy it is. Guess it’s preparing us for Rome & Florence, the thought of what it’s like there is overwhelming to say the least.
We did the usual of splitting into some groups and chose a restaurant. Ours was stunning! Beautiful friendly people and amazing food. ...