B&B Platamon

Address: via Chiatamone 55, Naples, Campania, 80121, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Tech Center/Littleton area of Naples, is near Teatro di San Carlo, Royal Palace (Palazzo Reale), Piazza Bellini, and Nero's Theater.
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      La Dolce Vita

      A travel blog entry by patch64 on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... wait and wait. Her husband is starting to look a little frantic and sets off to look for her. A policewomen blows her whistle at the driver and forces us to move off as there is no waiting in the Piazza we are in. We circle the town fully expecting Susan and her husband to have turned up and waiting for us. They are not. Jerry volunteers to go off in search also but Joyce advises we don’t want anyone else getting lost. Some 10 minutes later Susan and ...


      A travel blog entry by whelan_89 on Jun 28, 2014

      Off to naples we go this morning- we leave around 9am so we have more time to see the city but by the time we get buses and trains to the main terminal we don't arrive in Napoli until late afternoon. NAPLES... WOW haha I have no idea what to say about naples! First of all our hostel had large iron gates, jason tried to tell me they were to keep the cats out (clearly they were not). Gypsys everywhere Grungy as all hell lol We had booked two ...

      Pizzas, volcanoes and works of art

      A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Dec 08, 2013

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      ... I found were a small house just outside the city walls, housing some beautiful, well preserved frescoes; a house containing a fresco of Priapus, god of fertility, very obviously weighing his, ah… fertility; and a courtyard with several rather gruesome casts of ash victims, hands still raised in the position in which they died (the teeth and skull of one is still visible, preserved beneath the ash). While wandering around I met more Australians than I’d met anywhere ...


      A travel blog entry by amybulger on Aug 21, 2013

      ... Mont Vesuvius. It was preserved in a different way than Pompeii, as it was buried under superheated pyroclastic material, that was so thick that the upper stories of buildings still remain. Herculaneum was also much wealthier than Pompeii, so the amount of lavish paintings and coloured marble that were preserved are incredible. You can also see the skeletons of people who were hiding from the eruption. They have ...

      Naples #1: Funiculi Funicula

      A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 01, 2013

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      ... this design descended from Roman army encampments all laid out precisely the exact same way everywhere for centuries so that any Roman soldier could instantly orient himself in a military camp anywhere in the Empire. The major north-south camp thoroughfare was named the Cardo or Cardo Maximus, from which we derive the English word cardiac for vertical arteries related to the heart. The intersection of ...