Vassallo Park Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Pizza pizza pizza. hat was our goal for Naples. We set out to eat as much pizza as we could fit into our bodies. We started off Saturday night by finding the oldest pizzeria in Naples, and probabl y the world. The waiter didnt let us order for ourselves so he picked a Doc Pizza and seafood pasta. We were a little upset because we did not plan on eating ANYTHING but pizza and we could not fill our bellies with unwanted carbs. When he brought it out, ...
... cool for a starting place in Italy. I spent a day literally walking around the city, only consulting the map once or twice on my way back to work out where I was and where the metro was. It's so cheap to get around, a full day ticket for the Metro in Naples is €1.90 - incredible eh. Unfortunately the Castel di Sant Elmo was closed (you get a 360 view of the city from the top) the day I rocked up, but from the base you still get a pretty banging ...
... ferries because it was too rough anyway what the heck lets give it a go as we were getting on the boat one bloke said good luck, after, we saw a young girl who was getting helped off, she was very ill and looked like she had just seen a ghost That bloke was right as we got going the crew were handing out spews bags straight away It was very sloppy with a decent swell but my darling wife hung in there all though very squirmish told me that's the last ******* time I ...
... 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 ...
... at dusk. We found a great little restaurant adjacent to the Duomo steps in the town square. The setting and the food were both amazing. Cracker of a way to spend the final night. We all had pasta; Louis had gnocchi, Ally had an anchovy fettuccini, Dad had a lemon pesto spaghetti and Mum had pasta with a Napoli sauce. Great mixed salad with charred corn kernels. Messed about chuckin' socks and pillows by the light of iPhones and iPads and had a little laser show before we all ...