Albergo La Prora

Address: Via Castello, 6, Naples, Campania, 80073, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Castello, 6, Naples, is near Centro Storico, Spiaggia Grande, San Lorenzo Maggiore, and Castello di Arechi.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

More to do in Naples than you think

A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Mar 31, 2015

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... aqua ducts to provide water to Naples. The tunnels are about 40m below the city of Naples. After a different water supply was developed for the city, the tunnels became a dumping place for building rubbish such as tiles. Then during WW11 the tunnels were filled with concrete to hide the rubbish (as it was too difficult to take it all out), and then they were used as bomb shelters. After we had explored the tunnels, we went back to street level where we got to go into ...

Naples

A travel blog entry by bruce-abernethy on Sep 03, 2014

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... started walking down the row of smokey pizza ovens. We quickly worked out that each of them were essentially doing three pizzas and most were variations on a theme. Margherita (tomato and cheese), Marinara (essentially a garlic olive oil pizza), and then some kind of meat one. One place was proudly flying a bed sheet with some kind of handwritten sign on it. We stopped and talked to the waitress about it and found out that this was this year's champion. End of ...

Pizza, espresso, and shopping

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 25, 2014

4 comments, 40 photos

... what it is called, but it is the day when the nation honours those who have lost their lives in combat. We watched the wreath laying ceremony at the memorial and watched the parade, before continuing our exploration. We leave the main shopping street and head to the small alleys behind. Here there are small restaurants, grocers, butchers and fishmongers, and, as usual all the food looks great. We could spend a lot of time in Italian delis just tasting and buying and ...

Naples, Sick Days, & Pickpockets

A travel blog entry by shirley-george on Sep 23, 2013

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... prepared for the overwhelming majesty of the city. Pompeii was built on an earlier city founded in 600BC, numerous traces of that city can be found today. The city of 20,000 people was rebuilding from a 65AD earthquake when Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79AD and buried the city in 6-7 meters of ash. All but 2,000 of the people escaped, mostly by sea. The ones who remained were smothered by the ash. Molds of their bodies were obtained by pouring plaster ...

Travelling around the Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by jeanie.moore.16 on Jul 03, 2013

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... off to the old quarter into the pedestrian only precinct (though it appears that some of Naples didn't receive that memo) and finally found some restaurants and settled down for pizza.

The walk home let us see Naples after sunset (wouldn't want to walk it by myself) and Thomas jabbered non stop all the way home (and I can hear my mother saying just like me when I was that age!).

Tomorrow we plan to spend the day in Naples.
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