Travel Blogs from Naples, Italy

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Rome to Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Rome to Naples

A travel blog entry by supersazza

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Caught the train from Rome to Naples, arriving early afternoon.  Straight out of the train station and onto Piazza Garibaldi, it doesn't give you a good impression of the city..... there is a huge issue with rubbish collection (or should I ...

Triple Nipples., Naples, Italy travel blog

Triple Nipples.

A travel blog entry by joeljenaturner

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... felt like a hobbit climbing mount doom! So it wasn’t so bad. The view at the top was epic, looking right out over Naples and the ocean, dotted with islands. The day was so clear and bright. Looking into the deep crater was very impressive, in some ...

the mafia does exist, Naples, Italy travel blog

the mafia does exist

A travel blog entry by skye

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... I will be forced to give up drinking water as it is too expensive. And the pizza, of course is to die for. Naples apparently "invented" Margherita pizza, there is some dispute over this fact. Either way, the stuff they are serving is excellent! And ...

random thoughts..., Naples, Italy travel blog

random thoughts...

A travel blog entry by ashygag

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You know the correct term for people from Naples is Neapolitan, like the ice cream right? But because everyone here refers to the city as Napoli (since that's really what it is), I keep wanting to call them Napolians. Go ahead. say it out loud. yeah ...

Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples

A travel blog entry by b.a.manzella

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From Rome I went to Naples, decided to do Naples and Capri in the same day. Got the train at 6am and took a couple of hours to get to Napoli. I was greeted by a few criminals trying to sell me stolen electronic equipment. Got the bus/ferry to Capri ...

Heady Days, Naples, Italy travel blog

Heady Days

A travel blog entry by martinebeaumont

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... in Napoli and Brendan is still MIA in the bath houses of Herculaneum.  Not sure what this says about our future......... Naples is an intense, graffiti and rubbish covered ancient city.  Everywhere you look there are incredible age old churches, ...

Naples in a Day!, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples in a Day!

A travel blog entry by nat_dave

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... of Naples. It was really nice and had massive houses on the cliff edges that were beautiful. After sunset we headed back to Naples and went to a restaurant that had been recommended. Once again we had pizza, but it was definatly some of the best pizza so ...

Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples

A travel blog entry by vinoraja

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... out. The people at the reception were really friendly and told me some places to go. There really isn't much to see in Naples, however it’s a good central place to get to all the other surrounding places such as the Amalfi coast, Sorento, Pompeii, ...

naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

naples

A travel blog entry by lnrac

hated naples.... nasty, graffiti everywhere, thieves everywhere you look. oh, and the drivers will try to kill you on ...

Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples

A travel blog entry by mercurystorm

... the explosion of Mount Vesuvius.Mount Vesuvius is still active to this day, and could erupt once more, this would cause chaos in Naples, as there are many residential areas built in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius.Naples is also the home of the Pizza ...

It Just Doesn't Compare ..., Naples, Italy travel blog

It Just Doesn't Compare ...

A travel blog entry by laven

... to a panoramic tour of the city. We visited the royal palace which was the principal residence of the Kingdom of Naples (prior the unification of Italy), a costal fortress that protected the city from dangers in the Bay of Naples and some of the key sites ...

Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples

A travel blog entry by hithere52

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... train was direct, thank goodness, and we arrived in Venice at 5:30 in the morning.  Overall, I'm glad we went to Naples.  It was someplace totally different compared to other European cities I've visited.   I will detail our three ...

Pizza, Pompeii, and Pretend Pedestrian Crossings, Naples, Italy travel blog

Pizza, Pompeii, and Pretend Pedestrian Crossings

A travel blog entry by matandali

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... are three beauties in Naples; the sea, Mt Vesuvius, and sfogliatelle! There is one such place listed in Trip Advisor as Naples' highest ranked restaurant! Sfogliatelle Calde. We could not find a free WiFi hotspot, so were not able to check its ...

Ruins of Pompeii and Views of Amalfi Coast, Naples, Italy travel blog

Ruins of Pompeii and Views of Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by lottyh

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When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie, Naples, Italy travel blog

When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie

A travel blog entry by josiezim

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... check out the menu of the vegetarian restaurant. While it looked delicious I thought to myself, "Josie, you love pizza. You are in Naples. You had some pretty amazing pizza for lunch. Shouldn't you just go back and have it again for dinner?" And so I ...

A repeat performance, Naples, Italy travel blog

A repeat performance

A travel blog entry by josiezim

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... . You love pizza. This is maybe the best pizza you ever have had and ever will have. This is your last day in Italy. You came back to Naples specifically to eat at this pizzeria." Yep, I ordered a second pizza. The waiter asked if I wanted him to make it ...

Museo Archeologico Nationale, Naples, Italy travel blog

Museo Archeologico Nationale

A travel blog entry by redtilly

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We took the train to Naples and then the Metro to visit the Museo Archeologico Nationale.  Again the train was old and the graffiti worse than the train to Sorrento.  By contrast the Metro looked brand new.  At the museum I wanted to see ...

Napoli, Naples, Italy travel blog

Napoli

A travel blog entry by jeastty

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... mia, but I digress… Yeah, Pompeii was very interesting, I would recommend it to anyone who is into history. However I would not recommend Naples to anyone who is not in a gang. If you want to see Pompeii and Vesuvius, stay in Sorento. We went to the ...

Naples, Italy - Cruise 4, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples, Italy - Cruise 4

A travel blog entry by tlbuster

... and it is a very grand building with plush red seats set ampitheater style into numerous tiers with grand opera boxes near the stage from top to bottom.  Beautiful for sure and for the opera lover a must see in Naples, probably THE must see in ...

The Med, Naples, Italy travel blog

The Med

A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie

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... but well worth it.  The roads are very winding but I managed to get a forward seat and survived with stomach intact. Naples was our next port.  We wandered around the city centre by ourselves in the morning and eventually found a huge old ...

The Fires of Pompeii, Naples, Italy travel blog

The Fires of Pompeii

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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... ruler that really discovered Pompeii and kept the best treasures for himself.  Now these priceless artifacts are in the Naples Archeological Museum.  But truthfully all I could think about was that Doctor Who caused the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius ...

Italian Mafia + Roman Ruins + Great Pizza = Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Italian Mafia + Roman Ruins + Great Pizza = Naples

A travel blog entry by steven_lamothe

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... the card game President until about 2 in the morning. The next morning we left our bags in the hostel, and walked around Naples again. Later that night we picked the bags up and caught a night train to Venice. It was very uncomfortable, and ...

The Best Pizza in the World, Naples, Italy travel blog

The Best Pizza in the World

A travel blog entry by thesaxman

... from cheese and dough. Setting out for some fruit and veg, we once again negotiated the life threatening streets of Naples in the thick of the morning snarl. Italy is not big on adhering to a rigid set of rules - road rules or otherwise . As long as the ...

Living 'Pizza Heaven' in mad Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Living 'Pizza Heaven' in mad Naples

A travel blog entry by sasha0001

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to be ...

Continuing Education Students Arrive, Napoli, Italy travel blog

Continuing Education Students Arrive

A travel blog entry by bbuchanan

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Saturday, 31 May 2008 - VIIAH, Castellammare di Stabia - Free Day Napoli Centrale Garibaldi Stazione (Naples Central Station) Received Debbie and Cheyenne Seidel  off TRENITALIA from Rome Transfer to VIIAH via Circumvesuviana Railway ...

Today was a good day., Naples, Italy travel blog

Today was a good day.

A travel blog entry by josiezim

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(For the record, that too is a song lyric.) I spent the day getting lost, finding my way, getting lost again and then getting further lost. I honestly don't even know why I carry a map or ask for directions. My internal compass is royally out of whack. ...

Naples, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples

A travel blog entry by hendersonra

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... with the way they looked when they died were reproduced. The site had much of an eerie feel to it. The stop here at Naples also allowed me to discover Limoncello; or the famous Italian liquor. Several bottles have now made it back to my suitcase. I ...

the quality of buildings in Pompeii, Pompeii/Naples, Italy travel blog

the quality of buildings in Pompeii

A travel blog entry by newearth11

... morning and Bridget, Justina and I were on a Mercedes tour bus which was to whisk us down the coast to Pompeii, outside of Naples. For those of you not familiar with the Pompeii story, its the town that was completely destroyed in 74ad (I think) by the ...

Sorrento and pompei, Naples, Italy travel blog

Sorrento and pompei

A travel blog entry by kayeg

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Scenic drive along the Amalfi coast and a visit to Sorrento. Lovely weather as we walk round Sorrento and down lots steep steps to the port where we have lovely lunch with pizza and red wine overlooking the harbour - idyllic! Then the rain came down! ...

Naples vs Pompeii...A Gritty Sense of Style, Naples, Italy travel blog

Naples vs Pompeii...A Gritty Sense of Style

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4

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... the young and old filling the streets... beer or bread in hand... chatting, laughing and sharing their lives with their neighbors... Naples overwhelms, even the most seasoned of travelers... and we had come here to take in the nearby ruins of Pompeii and ...

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