Vassallo Park Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... shops at street level.
I notice a little alley going under the train tracks that I decide to check out. It takes me to a tiny fishing port where local fishermen mend their nets and get ready to go out to sea on their little skiffs. Here there’s a nice, sunny walkway that goes for a little ways along the coast to a statue of Jesus with arms outstretched as if to say “Yes, I do accept the city of Napoli, grime and all”
... I am so short – they were GIANT! The mosaics – mainly from Herculaneum and Pompei were also magnificent. Overall an outstanding museum. Next we walked up the road to find the Museo Cappella Sansvero. This is a little chapel (also known as Santa Maria della Pieta or Pietatella) – bit gaudy overall – but inside was the magnificent masterpiece the Veiled Christ by Giuseppe Sanmartino in 1753. They wouldn't let us take photos and I ...
... city as far as tidiness goes. Did all the garbos migrate to Australia in the 50's leaving a cavernous skill shortage that is still being felt to this day? The indiscriminate flicking of cigarette butts, the lack of dog dropping retrieval, the desperate and mindless tagging and the confusing rubbish disposal protocols are conspiring to give the city a less than attractive presentation. That said, it certainly has ...
... back to the station and figured out that the crazy mass of taxis were actually ordered to take passengers from a line so I joined the line and got a cab just as it started pelting down with rain. The guy dropped me off in the dingiest bloody street and then asked for €20 even though the meter said €14.50 and the instructions said it should be €10.50 - I questioned it but he have me excuses so I just gave him a 20 so I could get out of the rain and hopefully into my ...
... the crazy alley below (no screens in Italy) and street noises,barking dogs and flying bugs were all a part of the "ambiance". A large local family was seated at the table next to us. Italians are loud and passionate when they speak and soon the family conversations joined the street noises in chorus. The next addition was a singer who stood by our table singing with a tambourine in hand (also used for collecting tips) and a box as ...