Al Sedile

Piazzetta Sedil Capuano 243, Naples, Campania, 80100, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Kidnapped in Naples, Escaped to see Pompeii

A travel blog entry by sharon.bolton


... your sailor boy eh?' Had to laugh, and I wish I had bought those photos now because that was about as enjoyable as that morning got for me..... I had decided to explore Naples on my own as the shore excursion prices were ridiculous. I would have liked to have a trip to the Almalfi coast but not for 300 bucks! The ship docked right in the old town and given the size of the bloody thing I figured I would never lose sight of it so getting lost ...

Pizzas, volcanoes and works of art

A travel blog entry by roamingrob


... and has since had newer floors added above it. In the arched entrance to the building’s courtyard was a pretty and very old ceiling fresco - this wasn’t in a museum, it was just an average apartment building in an average part of town. On arriving at the castle I found, frustratingly, that it was closed for some reason - this was one of four places I would try to visit, all of which were closed just on Tuesdays! Despite this disappointment I found the adjacent Certosa ...

Some thoughts after Iran...

A travel blog entry by cafeteraglobal

... are much richer then many other people which are so poor
that they only have money.

We are (also) SiriaWhen you
travel you meet the "others", when you know the "others" they become
"You" when they are "You" you share with them smiles and tears. People
from Siria are just people like us. They've been bombarded for 2 years
while what they want is just live the way we do. Iran, Usa, Eu, Siria,
Russia, people do not want to ...

24/05/13 - Day 66 - Pompeii and Herculaneum

A travel blog entry by adamis


... inhabitants. Some of the preserved buildings include shops, taverns, bakeries, theatres and houses. As I said before, I could go on and on about these cities, but I hope I've given you an overview of why these two cities in particular are so important, archaeologically. Interestingly, they were essentially lost to history after the eruption of 79AD, and it wasn't until the early to mid-1700's that they were rediscovered and began to be excavated. This is, even today, ...

Pompeii, Piazzas, People, and Pizza

A travel blog entry by tammnel


... so much could be recovered, and shows such beauty and artistry from two millenia ago. The other Pompeii objects are also impressive: ceramics and glass and jewelry and sculpture … even a few sets of playing dice. One item that amused me greatly was an iron frying pan; it looks exactly like my grandmother’s, which we still use at the house in Maine. There’s an item that has not required any redesign at all in 2000 years!


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