Soriano 44 B&B

Via San Domenico Soriano 44, Naples, Campania, 80135, Italy | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Discovering Naples

A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 27, 2014

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... spot and walked back to our hotel. It was a lovely 27 degree day with a light breeze. We have been very fortunate with the weather over the last 4 weeks. We were not really hungry at dinner time, so Phillip walked across the road to a patisserie and returned with a wrapped package with a gold ribbon tied around it. This was a snack to go and he had bought 2 slices of apricot tart and 2 chocolate coated biscuits. ...

Meeting family

A travel blog entry by bradtravelling on Jul 23, 2013

Today we went to the jewelry shop of Zio GeGe and sons where we saw them at work designing beautiful jewelry. After we went to the Spanish quarter where we saw the street and house of where Bruno's nonna and nonna grew up, and got married. Then we ate a delicious home cooked Italian lunch with family. In the afternoon we went with GeGe and Maurizio to see the coast of Napoli where Zio GeGe has his ...

Our First Port - Naples

A travel blog entry by bsrancho5 on Jun 06, 2013

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... amp; I went off on our own to visit Herculaneum (sp?).

We really enjoyed seeing the ruins but after a while, they all looked alike and it was a warm day. After seeing the ruins, we went to tour a museum and met another couple from our ship. We toured a few museums together and shared a taxi back to the ship.

We made it back to the ship in time to enjoy cocktails out on our balcony, then we all got freshened up & had dinner in ...

Now in Naples

A travel blog entry by mgruber5 on Mar 26, 2013

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Then came our third trip: Naples. We arrived via the Trenitalia late at night and found our way to the hostel. Out of all of my time in Europe thus far, I have always felt so safe, until now. Mom, I know you warned me, but I learned from the experience. I have decided that I am going to spare the details of the minor incident and just keep this one to myself. I was a little worried that my dad was going to have to go a little ...

Road rules... what road rules?

A travel blog entry by muggie on Apr 30, 2012

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... car. Then a nice Italian man came along and directed us onto somewhat wider roads (somewhat being the operative word here). We found our way out onto the Positano road and then just followed our noses really. Positano is on the other side of the Amalfi Penninsula so we climbed up into the mountains and then down the other side to the coast road. There was only one road and no turnoff anywhere so we just hung in there for the next 5 hours.

What a drive! The SS163 ...