American Hotel

Address: Via Antiniana 15, Naples, Campania, 80078, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Antiniana 15, Naples, is near Mount Vesuvius, Solfatara Volcano, Amphitheatre Flavius, and Poliziano.
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    Travel Blogs from Naples

    Our European Adventure - Chapter 30 - Cruising

    A travel blog entry by brods1 on Oct 29, 2015

    13 photos

    ... their trade, and we walked the wide cobbled streets where there were the Roman equivalent of speed humps that were used to slow the horse and carts and provide a dry crossing for pedestrians when the streets overflowed when it rained. Before we left we saw the most famous attractions of Pompeii; the plaster casts of a dog and two bodies that had been frozen in time as they suffocated under the hot ash, and the first ever recorded "Beware of the Dog" sign made of mosaic tiles and ...


    A travel blog entry by jimandi on Oct 05, 2014

    16 photos

    Andy and Lucie took a ferry to the Isle of Capri today and Linda and I decided to do a private tour of our own. We met our driver, Sergio at the dock and drove immediately to the ruins of Pompeii. Linda had never been to Pompeii before and Jim's last visit was in 1984. We walked thru the well preserved remains of the once thriving resort city built in 200-300 BC. that was completely covered with volcanic ask and lava from the ...

    Naples gateway to Sorrento and Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 09, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... is about 30 miles away. The old port gates are still standing. Every day the streets were flooded with gushing water to clean them. Large stepping stones were placed in the street to allow pedestrians to cross without getting there sandals wet. Chariots traveling in either direction could straddle the stones (all had standard-sized axles). In the basalt stones used to pave the streets, chariot wheel indentations can been seen. A single stepping stone meant ...

    Bella Figura Wins

    A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on May 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... J aNd I did some damage in one shop and I think we made the owners day for him. He was quite good at dressing J..everything he presented , she bought. Wonderful coordinates..well she will be working at a villa all summer meeting and greeting guests in Florence, so this was very, ahem, necessary. Me...I have no excuse..
    I found an Apple shop and finally got the charger with Italian tired of ...

    Perfetto Positano

    A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 19, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... waiters disappointment. What was funny though was watching the two skeletal models at the table beside us struggle to share their six oysters in the same time we ate our platter of seafood. After dinner we decided to go for a walk while our food digested. Funnily enough we found ourselves at a bar, that just happened to be a historic natural cave, so we agreed it was only right that we stayed for a nightcap.

    So one more sleep, then Rome sweet Rome. ...