- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Maria Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... as bomb shelters during WW II. It was weird because they had 3 or 4 toilets near each entry to service 10,000 people - Pew what a smell!
It would have been scary.
We went to a Halloween party on the ship. Mum and I dressed up and won the spookiest couple award. I also did a Trick or Treat treasure hunt in the ...
... is super large. Tonight we got the equivalent of a small and when you pay €12 you feel ripped off, so look out Pizza Royal, Hugh is looking for you on Trip Advisor to write his first bad blog!! Never mind, the Italians never fail on the gelato front, so off into town for dessert, followed by another walk around town, before heading off exploring other parts of the magnificent Amalfi Coast tomorrow. Rest day over. Ciao ...
... bank and so I had no way of accessing cash), and no Internet connection to contact my dad. The toll of living a broke-ass adventurous lifestyle was overwhelming. I was absolutely exhausted in every single way possible. This kind of exhaustion was different than any other I had ever experienced... physically, I was worn to the bone. I had not slept in two weeks. I spent every single day on my feet for at least twelve hours; walking and walking and walking. I had ...
... to our train stop and then a bus to our house. The trip home (part two of it) had gone without incident!
After we got home we ended up finding out about the “occupation”. Are you ready? Wait for it!!!.... Drum roll!!! Well, turns out that it was students with signs protesting the government’s lack of funding of Universities.
Hmmm….I suppose that the train stations employee’s definition of “bad people…very ...
... the bar and time for dinner. We chose the casual buffet restaurant and had a great time with our new Kiwi friends. They are originally from Wellington, now living in Canberra. As we will be referring to them for the next week their names are David and Sue (parents), Jono (12 years), Ellen (10 years) and Anna (6 years). The only downside of a hilarious night was the food – expensive and very basic. However we all went to bed with full tummies and smiles on our faces.