- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... was the mosaics. They were very detailed, quite varied in scale and in subject and some in fantastic condition and completeness. To get into town, we took the subway. While the system does manage to transport you from one place to another (and is safer than the roads), it is very much down on its heels; almost completely broken. Lots of the escalators don't work. They appear to have given up on the ticket machines - you need to buy tickets from the ...
... history although after 5 hours I was exhausted, Pompei is huge! The remains of buildings are impressive and I really liked seeing the old milling stones but the plaster casts of bodies created from voids in ash where they were buried did freak me out a little!
On my final day in Naples I decided to visit Mount Vesuvius, an active volcano. I was originally planning to hike it to the top as I was feeling very adventurous but after recalling ...
... doors, was our banquet room where we had breakfast at. Being the first ones in, as usual, I chose to sit at a round table right next to the window which allowed me to occasionally glance at the progress of the sky’s colors. As time went by, others arrived and joined us at our table!
We left the hotel quite early this morning, 6:45am and followed Ernesta down an alley that ...
... sun, we explored Sorrento town at night. There were so many tourist
shops, we later had dinner in a back street. We had a great
wood-fired pizza, later found the best and most famous Gelato shop in
town, (I forget the name) where we scoffed down 10 scoops for 10
euros. Favourites were peach, profiteroles, apple strudle and banana.
We also had toblerone, baci, smurfs, lemon, yoghurt and fruit, and
... from! What if you pick the wrong one?! Chris opted for a sfogliatella and me for a chocolate bomba :-) Mmmmmm We did a half way swap to try both and they were both good, as you’d expect from a Pasticceria in Italy!
After breakfast I showed Chris around the old town as the shops were slowly opening. We decided we’d walk right down to the water’s edge, it was only drizzling by this point so we head for the small laneways and tight roadways that ...