Hotel Vergilius Billia
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... hour, so we were soon at Napoli Central.
We had been warned that the city was full of pick pockets but perhaps because it was the weekend and the station did not appear too busy, it felt reasonably safe and we did not feel the need to use our warning phrase to indicate a dodgy character - "who are Spurs playing today?".
We braved the metro and headed for the Capella Sansevero, which is hidden down some lovely narrow cobbled streets with terraces ...
... to give him 5. Pointed out that I could have swanned around on the tourist bus for 24 hours at that price. Settled on 10. His gammy leg brought out the softy in me and I was dying for the loo. He was NOT HAPPY. Much swearing ensued and then he disappeared onto the f...ing Funicular as quickly as he had appeared. Thought about walking back down to civilisation but the bloke in the coffee shop opposite the station advised me that it would ...
... the evening socializing at the hostel, there was a long term resident, Canadian English teacher that has pretty much been traveling for the last 10 years, two Aussie girls, a Spanish born Canadian and an elderly English women with no teeth, it was am entertaining evening to say the least.
Day three Naples in daylight.
Today decided to do a bit of exploring of Naples on foot in the daylight, I went back up the main street I had walked the night before and ...
... apartment door without taking my keys and locked myself out. But the last year I’ve been lucky enough to travel to 10 different countries and throughout much of Italy. My summer kicked off over Memorial day by going to Geneva, Switzerland and Lac D’Annecy in France. Annecy was a cute little village in the French Alps and the lake was absolutely beautiful. Then we went to the island of Sardinia for a long weekend which was gorgeous. Each region ...
Napoli (pronounced na-poe-LEE by natives) is a world unto itself, a world I have been wanting to visit for many years since Julie's family is native to the region of Campania, and Napoli has been her leading city for a long time. Neapolis was a premier colony of ancient Magna Grecia (the southern Italian peninsula populated by Greek colonists, homesteaders and army veterans before the rise of the Roman ...