Hotel Vergilius Billia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... brief shopping around Naples. However we were only allowed 10 mins in each store, and Nikkita used up all our shopping time in Adidas as Indie and her were browsing for over 20 mins and most of the group were annoyed at her. After we left the Adidas store, we found a small show store and I bought some black boots with a heel that laced up. After we left the store we found a quaint restaurant to eat at. I was not ...
... hours with Mario. Ahhh...Mario...what lovely memories we will all have of Mario, the driver. Mario, the tour guide. Mario, the Italian who talks A LOT. Mario, the man who liked to let us know that he knew everything and everyone. If you have ever seen the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding", the father of the main character is a good representation of Mario, except that Mario had a strong Italian accent.
It was too funny that Paul and Marie, Ben and I had not ...
... area. They both took about an hour. We really enjoyed them especially the scenic one as we saw parts of Napoli which we knew we would be unlikely to see when the Back Roads tout started. Naples is a mixed bag from what we have seen but if we had to sum it up in a few words - full of litter everywhere including graffiti on monuments.
At 6pm we met up with the tour guide and the other 16 on the tour. Marco ( from Scilly is our guide and the tour ...
... and walk around. We ended the day just hanging out on the rocks on the beach, enjoying the sea and the waves one last time for the trip.
We spent two nights in Naples but did not have much of a chance to explore, with a pretty full schedule elsewhere. We did get a little bit of exploring in at night, visiting a few churches just before they closed. On our last day there, we went to ...
... be sold and that the palace be either sold or rented. The sale of furniture transpired at auctions held between 23 August 1793 and 30 nivôse an III (19 January 1795). Only items of particular artistic or intellectual merit were exempt from the sale. These items were consigned to be part of the collection of a museum, which had been planned at the time of the sale of the palace furnishings. In 1793, Charles-François Delacroix deputy to the Convention and father of the ...