Hotel Meuble Santa Chiara Suite
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... at a lovely restaurant down in the old historical district, Storico, and wandered around the streets of the old town enjoying the miniature nativity scenes that are created by artisans here, which apparently Napoli is famous for. Sadly, not a drop of rain fell all day, so perhaps the Capri ferries could have run!
Every day in Naples you see waiters like this one, with a tray delivering coffee ...
... Our tour guide was quite entertaining. He had an analogy for both heaven & hell. Heaven would have.... The Swiss-running it, because they are so organised (a lot of bankers & watchmakers). Italian- food English- police officers. German-Cars French- best lovers Hell would have... Italians-running it, because they are totally unorganised. English-Food German- police officers French- cars Swiss- lovers (a bit cold ...
... Italian made it harder. After a little while of me being at the front but not shouting my order a local asked (I assume) if I was going to order; I replied in English with I don't know how. The look on her face was like 'oh my god you poor thing you are way over your head'; so she asked what I wanted and order for me - because it's me I nearly cried at this haha. The pizza was only €1 and it was pretty big, but I wasn't blown away by it so I don't really know ...
... Left Luggage”. After having paid 5 euros per bag, we arrived at Pizzeria da Michele’s soon thereafter as it was only a 15 minute walk from the train station. It was approximately 1050 am it was quite obvious they were not open. There were two other pizzerias nearby and it appeared they were in the process of opening. It DID NOT appear pizzeria da Michele’s was opening, so naturally I began to freak out just a bit.
... treat involving baked dough and orange-laced ricotta cheese, and super coffee before threading our way to Spaccanapoli Street.
(Everybody strap in for a relatively brief historic footnote here on Roman city grid outlines, and don't wait for the movie! "Stay close to the candelabra, the staircase can be treacherous!") The name spaccanapoli betrays the street's ancient origins as Neapolis' decumanus, ...