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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsRomeo Hotel Naples
It was very nice and they gave us complimentary breakfast
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... back then - they carved rather than paint the graffiti
A type of early advertising! Apparently some are of a 'lady of the night'
Some villa 2200sqm pop 18 to 20,000
Old bakery - They could tell he could bake 81 loaves a day as carbonised remains were found
Old pharmacy - similar instruments to what is used now.
Lapinira- bordellos there were 25 - it means 'she ...
... Herculaneum and the lesser known towns of Oplonti and Stabiae.
When we arrived at the car park, the cloud hadn’t threatened to lift. It seemed to be as thick and as low as ever. Not having ever walked in to a cloud maybe they’re hollow and once we get above the cloud line, everything inside will be crystal clear! Ever the optimist!! Nephology was never my strong point! (Unless it came up in a trivia quiz: What is Nephology the study of??)
... went out and had lots of fun!!! Not gonna lie, it's pretty fun to go to the bar and order drinks.
On Friday I went shopping with my friend Kayla and bought a skirt from an adorable store called "From Rome with Love". That night we went out to dinner and I got a delicious lasagna at an adorable restaurant in my neighborhood. Perfection.
The real reason I wanted to write is because of our awesome weekend though! We took an overnight excursion to the Campania region of ...
... some research and found out that the Pizzeria de Michele was not only located in Naples but also has been voted best pizza in all of Italy for the past several years. That brings us to the present. We got to Naples Thursday night and checked into our hotel around 8:00pm. The lady behind the desk was this cute little red-haired Italian lady who didn't speak a lick of English. We've been pretty lucky so far encountering Europeans that speak at least a few words of ...
... had two hours to relax. Hooray! The air conditioning is powerful, which is not anything I can say about the Tauck bus or the Excelsior Vittoria. It’s delightfully chilly in the room.
For dinner, we crossed the River Tiber to Trastevere (the neighborhood of Rome on the “other” side of the Tiber). We visited the Basilica of Our Lady in Trastevere (Basilica di Santa Maria in Trastevere), one of the oldest churches in ...