Hotel San Germano
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Naples
... chat to the guardian at our camp. He is very well educated and said that this is the first time in 8-10 years that all his family had a job. He thought that finally the Italian economy was on the up and up albeit slowly.
I learnt a lot about Italy prior to unification in 1871. Each of provinces had their own language and Italian language as we now know it was only born until around 1947 and more easily adopted with the advent of TV. ...
... from there take the Leonardo Express train to the airport (Rome’s airport is outside of the main city), and finally take the airport shuttle bus to our hotel.
Now that I write it out, that does seem like a lot.
There’s currently somewhat of a revival in Naples’ tourism interests of late, and you may have seen Rick Steves’ enthusiastic special touring the city. I hope it goes well. But to me, Naples ...
... to skiing down the mountains after riding a chair lift. We then wandered around the city a bit more for souvenirs and then caught a bus back to capri! Capri is known for their lemons so while we waited for our ferry back we found some lemon gelato to try! It was the best lemon flavor I have ever tasted! Our ferry back was a hydrofoil and was much faster than the ferry we took to the island. It was only 50 minutes ...
We love our apartment..and off we went to the Funicular to the main area and walked for a long time to get to the historical center..ok, a few wrong turns..but eventually got to where we followed a big group getting off a tour bus..up to the Cloister of Santa Chiara. The gardens were amazing with 72 octagonal pillars(foto) amongst grape vines, wisteria, lemon and orange trees, benches and pillars covered with majolica tiles representing ...
... ships where we have experienced MUTS. The opening credits had barely finished when a deck attendant came around offering popcorn. Next came slices of Pizza then not long after we were presented with a choice of chocolate or vanilla ice cream and finally towards the end of the movie we were offered cookies and milk!! All this was free of charge of course and gratefully accepted, as we both knew we’d be visiting the gym the next day. No, better make that the next FEW days!!!