Bed & Breakfast E Appartamenti

via del Duomo 214, Naples, Campania, Italy | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Naples

A day on the island of Capri

A travel blog entry by gla29adventures

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... it well enough to give it the recognition its worth, but I definitely recommend it as a “bucket list” experience for everyone. The water was ice blue inside the cave and turquoise when the sunlight hit the limestone from the cave. I’ve never seen water so beautiful and inviting. It made me want to push our boat driver in and tell him to go for a swim…especially when he started singing. I had to bite my lip to keep from ...

Chaos on cobbles

A travel blog entry by matt.palmer

5

... lined with African merchants peddling fake Ray Bans and Louis Vuitton bags, the 2 XXX theatres on opposing corners, the washed up fish entrails and the piles of garbage, it's rather inviting. The frequent, reckless scooters careening between cars, merchants and other pedestrians reminded me not to let my guard down too much though. It's in this frenzied grid of alleyways in old town Naples that I experienced the ...

Well, they can't all be amazing...

A travel blog entry by epiceuroasia

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... because the metro stations were few and far between, we hailed a taxi for the first time on this trip. By this point we were starving, and even though it was only 4pm, we wanted dinner. We quickly learned that most everything in Naples closes at 4pm, and doesn’t re-open until around 7:30pm. After having such a frustrating and long walk, we were very disappointed when all of the recommended places were closed. Luckily, Matt didn’t give up and ...

A climb to 4000 feet

A travel blog entry by sasntwins

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... very possible on our own. And Dan was game. Since we were up and at 'em for the 7am docking, we dressed and ate an early breakfast on the back of the boat overlooking the city. Several of the main attractions are right off the port and it would have been an interesting day to stroll to 3 castles (2 of them from the 1200's), a royal palace, a basilica, and the Bourbon Tunnel/museum. But NOOOOOO, we decided to hoof it to the train ...

Ruins of Pompeii

A travel blog entry by travelbugs3

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... the train to Ercolano first which is also a city which was destroyed when Mt. Vesuvious erupted but is not as well known as Pompeii. Ercolano is more preserved then Pompeii and still has many of the buildings intact (up to 2 floors), the painting and murals on the walls still look amazing and even a couple of sculptures.

After Ercolano we went to Mt. Vesuvius to start our climb, we took a bus up about half way and then proceeded to climb the rest of the ...

Location

This hotel, located in the Municipalita 2 area of Naples, is near Museo Cappella Sansevero, San Gregorio Armeno, Napoli Sotterranea, and Il Tesoro di San Gennaro.
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