Dolcesonno Corso

Corso Vittorio Emanuele 4, Naples, Campania, 80120, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Transition from Tourist to Tour Guide

A travel blog entry by haleycheetham


... on Wednesday, we arrived at the train station bright and early, only to find out that the trains were on strike all day. Instead of this ruining our plans for the day, that father of mine had a brilliant idea and we decided to go to Capri for the day instead. We met a tour guide down by the ticket office named Giuseppe, and his guided tour of the island saved my parents from the four-mile hike I had planned for them. ...

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 ...

Last day!

A travel blog entry by premiertravel


... at the way they maneuver the large yachts. We then went to dinner at the restaurant that Paolo recommended, La scialuppa, which means lifeboat. The food was excellent and now we will be on a strict diet for the rest of our lives!

I was able to find a way for my husband to watch his beloved Syracuse Orange play Penn State live over the internet. Now that took some doing, but he was a happy man. Wake up is 5am : (

Naples #1: Funiculi Funicula

A travel blog entry by brookskeith


... east-west thoroughfare bisecting the city center. Thus Spaccanapoli Street provides both the ancient and modern pilgrim a convenient cross section of neapolitan reality. The street name means to split Napoli in half. Neapolis in the Roman period, like all other Roman cities, towns, colonies and villages, was laid out in a grid format created by our Hellenic city planner friend Hippodamus and popularized by ...

Trivia anyone?

A travel blog entry by travelsofmarty

... story, but none of them have much English and they ask us to wait, although we're not sure why, we think it's so we can await someone who can translate. Soon enough that proves to be the case and a lovely lady arrives who translates for us. A police report is written, stamped and duly signed. The interpreter tells us that Naples is a beautiful city and we would need to spend at least a week here to appreciate its beauty and gives us some tips about how we ...


This hotel, located in the Tech Center/Littleton area of Naples, is near Mount Vesuvius, Villa Floridiana, Poliziano, and Amedeo.
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