Address: Via S.M. Cappella Vecchia, 11, 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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      The African Capital of Italy

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Sep 01, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to build the city walls and temples of Neapolis. The Romans continued on digging in their rein of power to enlarge them and create an aqueduct system to supply water to the city from a series of wells and cisterns (water tanks). The aqueduct system continued to be used and expanded right up until 1884 when it was shut down due to a cholera epidemic. During World War Two the area was opened up again to be used as an air raid shelter. Nowadays it is just used to show ...

      Day in Naples

      A travel blog entry by richkate on Jul 25, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... about halfway. Unfortunately it didn't show on the camera but it was certainly a once in a lifetime look at a lava volcano. Apparently it has been doing this since 2001 and at times (most recently last month), it spews gas etc into the atmosphere. Every night they have shows in the theatre, sometimes we go and other times we give it a miss. Last night we went with our ...

      Graeme's birthday in Italy again

      A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Sep 03, 2013


      ... and we heard him yelling at him for about a block. We walked up and down the alleys which are lined with different shops and we were standing on a corner looking at a map when a local came up to us and asked if we spoke Dutch, we said no, then English and when we said yes he just wanted to help us. He told us how to get to the Funicular (cable car) where we would get a wonderful view of the whole city of ...


      A travel blog entry by while on May 30, 2013

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... I also book in 3 days in Florence after my 3 days in Rome, as I've clicked that for the big places I can get nicer, cheaper, more central hostels if I book further in advance (duh). This does remove some of the intended spontaneity of my trip, but after a few scares I'm kern for the peace of mind (and more likely lower cost) that comes with booking a wee bit further in advance. It's too close to dark now (and I've been on my feet too long) to try exploring ...

      From ruins to relaxation

      A travel blog entry by amichka on Oct 19, 2012

      5 photos

      ... obviously important site.I was impressed by the beautiful frescoes and mosaics still visible and the imposing stone roads, complete with crossing stones to avoid the rubbish and waste being continually washed down the street. I spent about 2 hours wandering in and out of homes, shops and forums. When I left the masses had arrived and the ticket line was wrapped around the street.

      I decided one ruined town was enough for me, so ...