Hotel Cosimo de Medici

Address: Corso Marion Crawrford 61, Naples, Campania, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Corso Marion Crawrford 61, Naples, is near Spaccanapoli, Piazza Tasso, Il Vallone dei Mulini (Deep Valley of the Mills), and Correale di Terranova Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Tunnels, Romans and pizza

A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Apr 07, 2015

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Well today we are back on mainland Italy and at Naples in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. Being back in Naples the day started with the comedy of mooring the boat. When we came here a few years back the Italian dock workers ended up using a dinghy to help get the lines ashore. Today it was a bit better as they used a ute equipped with a winch but even then they still managed to struggle ...

We climbed to the top of Mt Vesuvius!

A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 25, 2014

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... the lava took to destroy Herculaneum in AD 79. There is not much left of the funicular, which was built in 1880, destroyed by the 1906 eruption, rebuilt, and finally destroyed by the last great eruption of 1944. It was apparently very popular, and was the inspiration for the song " Funiculi-Funicula". It must have been an exhilarating ride up the steep slopes, through the cloud to the rocky barren summit, with the niggling worry, as we had, if this was to be the day of ...

The Griswalds visit the Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by joannie62 on Oct 18, 2013

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... soon ends and we are heading to Pompeii. Riccardo tells us a bit of history of the area and also tells us we have no worries in the car today as he is the best driver in all of Italy!
We arrive at Pompeii and the site is massive. It is nice and quiet when we first arrive however this is short lived as soon some more stupid running Japanese are upon us. Again the groups are an issue and this was not the best sight for me. Lots of cobblestones high steps ...

Scusi me, but you see...

A travel blog entry by samanthamaguire on Sep 03, 2013

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... Pompeii sits in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius and was famously swallowed in ash after the mountain erupted in 79AD, claiming the lives of over 2000 people. The ruins are what has been excavated over the past two hundred years, with work ongoing. One of the more incredible (and somewhat creepy but sad all at the same time ) is three actual mummified people uncovered. The saddest is a smallish person sitting with a hand covering nose and mouth. There are water fountains that, although ...

From beautiful Siena to Napoleon filth.

A travel blog entry by sarah_simon on Jul 10, 2013

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... crater of the volcano that completely obliterated whole towns in 79AD. The crater that may blow up in our faces........ we weren't too scared.. haha. I was sure that if there was any seismic activity they would know about it and not let us up...

It was incredible to see inside the crater. It was huge! It was all enclosed. It was so surreal to see it. Beautiful.
You could walk around about half of the circumference of it before the walk stopped and you had to turn ...