Hotel Daytona

Address: Via Comunale Castagna, 10, Naples, Campania, 80121, Italy | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naples


A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Apr 17, 2015

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Naples 17th April

Today again we are blessed with lovely weather and we can't believe how lucky we have been.

Our arrival in Naples was normal until our train stopped at the Naples Central Station. We are travelling with (2) suitcases each weighing over 20 kilos and two heavy backpacks. We were disembarking from the train when a guy grabbed all the gear and proceeded to the taxi rank.
We knew he would be after ...

Discovering Naples

A travel blog entry by cwbluey on Jun 27, 2014

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... down and see what they had discovered. There were remnants of a great variety of shops such as bakeries, wineries and laundries. There was another market area and shows seven interconnected rooms with barrel vaults pierced by skylights to draw in the air and the sunlight. You could see counters and wall niches for storage and also an iron grille that protected windows along the street. We were about 20 metres ...

Day 47: Pizza made for Austin

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Dec 03, 2013

4 comments, 6 photos

... 05 Peruvian Soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs
# of times we did laundry: 2
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 6
# of holes in Amberīs sneakers: 3

Next stop: Pompeii

Naples Subterranean & Herculaneum

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 20, 2013

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... many stairs as we were going 40 metres below current ground level. We realised when we saw some of the History Channel TV documentary on the screen there as an intro that Enzo Albertini had been on the show as the President of the company and who we had met at Borgo di Carpiano. Firstly they explained how the Greeks had dug down here to carve out tufa stone blocks to build their temples & city walls and also then to be used as graves. The Romans continued building ...


A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Aug 14, 2013

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... indicates you can walk). You simply, as we were informed in Roma, put your toes into the cross walk, this indicates to the driver that you want to cross the street. Well apparently you learn this very simple gesture at a very young age, but just how young do you believe? As we were crossing the street a mother with her baby was also crossing. The baby just happen to be, uh - not walking - the baby was in a stroller and appeared to be about ...