6 Small Rooms B & B

Via Diodato Lioy 18, Naples, Campania, 80134, Italy | B&B
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An Impossible Dream Come True

A travel blog entry by magicoftravel on Mar 14, 2012

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... serif; line-height: 18px; ">My tired feet walked up the pier and I gazed at the coast. Twelve days of backpacking and I actually made it to a place that was off the beaten path. There were few tourists. It was a calm, warm, and sunny day. I wandered around the coast for a while, and ended up hiking up the treacherous roads. The scenery was amazing. I just kept walking alongside the cliffs. I walked until I got blisters and I didn't want to turn back to Amalfi. So ...

Napoli: "We have two things: Pizza & Rubbish"

A travel blog entry by kdsweet41 on Dec 13, 2010

3 comments, 8 photos

... now have Italian at 4pm today. After 6pm tonight, I am officially DONE for the semester! Then, three nights and two days to soak in some last fun in Rome.

PS...for those of you (like Mike & Mom) who saw the riots from Burlesconi's voting fiasco in which protestors basically were on a mission to destroy Piazza Venezia and Piazza del Popolo. We don't live in that area but it's where we go quite often to walk around and ...

First day in a strange world

A travel blog entry by italybextine on Apr 09, 2010

... train to Portici Via Liberta (the station nearest our hostel). But here, right in the depths of a station that isn't even really the main station... HERE we found our Campagnia Pass. Hurrah.

So a whiz on the metro down to Portici, some very difficult luggage, and another helpful (but slightly creepy) man led us to Fabric Hostel. And wow. So pretty!

We left our luggage and went out in search of lunch(/ice cream). Around the corner we found somewhere to buy two mini ...

Day 57

A travel blog entry by jerryruth on Jul 05, 2008

Woke up to the neon curtains again, but it was good because we were trying to catch the earliest possible train South to Napoli. Today was traveling, through and through. We had to get down to Amalfi before dark so we could catch some sun, and getting the 9:52 train this morning was a great first step. The cost was forty Euro, but I didn't care. I wore my black running shorts, a white T and flip flops, and I pulled out my guitar and played a couple songs while we waited for the train ...


A travel blog entry by domhnall on Jul 29, 2006

... aussies). day two was off to pompeii to explore the city devasted first by an earthquake, and then by the eruption of vesuvio. it was a HOT day. like H-O-T. and way too humid. i felt very gross, but persevered and saw a good chunk of the ruined city. then it was back to relax at the campsite and went all-out for dinner (again with my aussie friends, and yet another aussie that they picked up) and had a full primo platti followed by a secundo platti... which was rabbit for the ...

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This B&B, located in the Municipalita 2 area of Naples, is near Castle of the Egg (Castel dell'Ovo), Complesso Museale di Santa Chiara, Amphitheatre (Capua), and Arbiter.
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