>Naples, Italy, has seen a rebirth of tourism in the past two years,
and rightly so. With such attractions as Pompeii, Mount Vesuvius,
Capri, Ischia, Sorrento, and the Amalfi Coast, it is a traveler's
>Having lived in this region for the past 23-years, I would be happy to
help visitors to this area with tours, lodging, etc.
>In particularly, the new Holiday Inn Napoli, located only 2 miles from
the airport and offering free shutle service, has elegant lodging,
meals, etc. I am able to obtain discount rates for individuals as well
as incoming tour operators.
>Send you request to me via email or fax (39) 81-8512210.
>International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association
I am interested in your kind offer of help. In particular the area
around Amalfi. Any very special places to see (apart from the obvious
Ravello, Positano, etc.)? Has the new mayor of Naples (Bussolino?)
really, REALLY operated a miracle in this city of many ancient
problems??? Is it safe to get around? Is the Capodimonte museum
operational and open at all times? Any VERY special places in Naples
which are charming and safe? What is the International Food, Wine &
Travel Writers Association? We belong to the AIWF (American Institute
of Wine and Food). Is it something similar? Thank you in advance for
CIAO! BUON VIAGGIO! (Forse ci potremmo incontrare in Amalfi...?)
Gianfranco Russu http://www.itlgroup.com