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... Chapel built 15th century - renovated 18th Century
If is a private family chapel or was still privately owned, a lot of the artwork was done by one of the family princes.
The famous tissue statue, Veiled Christ and the statue of sailing rope carved from marble.
Has underground chamber with 2 anatomical machines
No pictures were allowed so we had to buy some postcards, ...
... Herculaneum and the lesser known towns of Oplonti and Stabiae.
When we arrived at the car park, the cloud hadn’t threatened to lift. It seemed to be as thick and as low as ever. Not having ever walked in to a cloud maybe they’re hollow and once we get above the cloud line, everything inside will be crystal clear! Ever the optimist!! Nephology was never my strong point! (Unless it came up in a trivia quiz: What is Nephology the study of??)
... loudness of Rome. I could just feel the calmer atmosphere in the small town. We checked into our really nice hotel, a step up from our apartment. Then we had a cocktail on the roof overlooking the Mediterranean and city. So prettttty! We had a 4 course meal at the hotel then got to explore the city and shop around. It was fun to simply take it all in, with no worries. We even got to stop and listen to a man playing an accordion at a restaurant, which screams Italy to me! After that ...
... Age, the Romans then kept digging to turn these underground caves into aqueducts. They used these up until 1884, but closed it due to Cholera...pretty standard. They then used the wells for the aqueducts as rubbish shoots! Of corse, along comes the war, so they simply fill in and cover up all the 5m of rubbish and use them as shelters! Now, they are open for the public! Wow, didn't think you'd be getting a history lesson ey? Lucky you! Also, one of the well ...
... and onto these cliffs and have been for many centuries. It is a World Heritage site. The most charming village of all was Ravello, above Amalfi - very serene, with beautiful ceramics shops. We returned by ferry, as it was much quicker. A perfect day! ...
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