Naples was unlike any other Italian city that I had previously visited. It’s a conglomerate of chaotic traffic on the road, and sometimes, on the sidewalks, of the streets crowded with people milling about, of beautiful and colourful architecture, and of the aromas of Neapolitan cuisine. It takes a minute to get used to but once you do it’s easy to see the beauty of the city. Continue reading
This hotel is located in a bustling part of Naples. There were so many stores, people milling past, and a lot of traffic that I almost missed spotting the entrance to the hotel. From the outside, the hotel looks very modest, but inside, it has a rather spartan elegance to it.
From the outside, the hotel looks like it would be quite small, but I was surprised at just how spacious it was inside. Continue reading
As someone who uses a wheelchair, I have visited Pompeii twice: the first time in a adapted chair, called the Wheely Trekky and the second, independently in my own power wheelchair. I also recently visited Herculaneum in my wheelchair. In this post I will describe what it was like using the Wheely Trekky versus exploring both of the ancient ruins on my own. Continue reading