San Giorgio Naples Hotel
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... so rebuilt inside and reopened 1953
Now in the style it first was Gothic, then baroque then the fire in WW2 and now back to the original Gothic.
Very light, spacious also has convent and monks
1 monk cleaning & 1 in confession.
A very, very popular church
Black dark pavers are lava from Vesuvius , some buildings have a yellow stone lava from a different ...
... 45am so still quite early. Plenty of time for the cloud to lift.
After checking in for our excursion and a short wait we made our way to bus number 5. We met Ashleigh and her Uncle Kevin who had also decided on this tour. Her aunty and other uncle had chosen to visit the ruins of Pompeii but unfortunately her aunty had come down with a nasty bug and after visiting the infirmary, had been confined to bed therefore her uncle was visiting Pompeii on his own. ...
... and disorientated manner down the cobbled streets of Napoli. Giovanni had kindly marked out chunks of the city we should avoid because of mafia activity, so we tried to stick to our route. He'd already told me off for trying to wear a handbag outside, and told us we weren't safe on the streets after 10:30 so needless to say we were all quite hesitant. Despite this he still maintained that Naples was a safe city, amd that we had nothing to worry about. hmmm. Apartments in Napoli city ...
... use and that's annoying, but it's the same all over the place so when you are in a station for that long you usually have to pay for relief. It's rare to find bathrooms in general, but most are not free or are not for public use. The hike we did this morning in plitvice lakes would have made for some great sleeping too, but we will have to nap when we arrive in Naples. - arrived in Naples, too bad it's the afternoon and there is ...
... was known in ancient times as the imperial retreat, and it still is home to the ruins of the emperor Tiberius' villa on the very top of one of the mountains. The crystal clear water and gorgeous landscape leaves no doubts as to why this place has been attracting vacationers for the better part of 2,000 years. I had the opportunity to swim through one of the grottoes and bask in the sunlight while out on a boat tour of the island. The pictures speak ...