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... so rebuilt inside and reopened 1953
Now in the style it first was Gothic, then baroque then the fire in WW2 and now back to the original Gothic.
Very light, spacious also has convent and monks
1 monk cleaning & 1 in confession.
A very, very popular church
Black dark pavers are lava from Vesuvius , some buildings have a yellow stone lava from a different ...
... structure called Monte Somma. This volcano originally towered 3000m above sea level with a crater circumference of 11,000m. The Gran Cono was formed during the Pompeii eruption of AD 79 due to Monte Somma exploding in a similar fashion to the fate of Mt. St. Helens in Washington State. The Gran Cono now measures in at 1,600m circumference. For this reason, it is quite accurate to say that Vesuvius wasn’t responsible for the catastrophe that destroyed the cities ...
... were about. How did they dress? What did they look like? What did they talk about? It's all so fascinating. The most important archeological discovery ever! It's something you just have to do during life!
After Pompeii, we drove into Sorrento, a beautiful coastal town. The city is raised high above the coast because it's perched on some rocks. It's classic Italy: colorful buildings, cobblestone streets, with flowers and balconies and tourists! It was sooo nice to get away ...
... long! Not a word of a lie. Continuous. So, we awoke and thought we'd pop to Pompeii. Giovanni would not let us. He said we were too late and would be better if we went early tomorrow and take the whole day. 'Yes dad...' so he insisted that we head to get coffee round the corner, go to the Naples under ground and be back for lunch at the hostel. '...Yes Dad..' So we did. Basically, the Greeks built Napoli from the Tufa Stone which was found under the city. In ...
We caught the ferry to the spectacular island of Capri. After a coffee in the sun (coffees are very reasonably priced), we took a boat trip around the island, stopping at the various grottos (White, Green and Blue). They don't mention that you have to pay extra to enter the Blue Grotto, which is only accessible in tiny 4-person row-boats that the passengers have to lie down in. It ...
Other places to stay in Naples
Poggioreale, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $89
- Superb hotel at a wrong location
- Top Hotel
- Good value
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $152
- A bit of culture in the real Italy !
- Brilliant hotel & location
- What a view!
Municipalita 2, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $131
Mercato, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $93
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $277
- Loved Naples,
- You better love marble
- You have to meet Luigi, simply the best Concierge
Municipalita 4, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $56
Municipalita 10, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $78
San Ferdinando, Naples | 5 star hotelfrom $256
- Not so Grand Vesuvio
- Grand Ole Dame that should have just died or gotten a serious make-over
- Nice room, but.....
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $130
- Not quite there.......
- A gem!
- Perfect location
Via Antiniana 15, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $75
Municipalita 4, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $65
Chiaia, Naples | 5 star hotelfrom $172
Municipalita 2, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $100
Municipalita 2, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $107
Vicaria, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $66
Municipalita 4, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $110
- Excellent new hotel downtown Naples
- Modern hotel, very convenient location.
- Great hotel in Naples
San Ferdinando, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $100
Vicaria, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $52
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $91
Tech Center/Littleton, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $73
Vicaria, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $72
- Lovely Hotel
- Good location... for the area
- Value for money
Municipalita 2, Naples | 5 star hotelfrom $246
Fuorigrotta, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $102
Via Casarea, no 45, Naples | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Piazza Garibaldi 49, Naples | 3 star hotelfrom $89