Hotel Cosimo de Medici

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

Naples, Italy

A travel blog entry by cassie.goehring on Jun 28, 2015

... We stopped at one point that the boats cannot go through but you are able to swim to the other side. We jumped in the water and swam through the open cave. The water was crystal clear and so blue. It was actually not to cold once your body was used to it. We then continued around the island. We wanted to make a stop at the Blue Grotto. This is a sight you must see when you ...

Italy Week One

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jul 07, 2014

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We started our Italy adventure back on the 28th July by flying into Naples, which is just south of Rome. On the bend of "the boot". Our flight was delayed by about an hour due to the bad weather in London so we sat on the tarmac for the whole time. We got into Naples at about 8:30pm Italy tome and waited for about half hour for Sonya and Dad Davidson's flight to land before catching the bus into the city and trying to find our hotel for the night. After Sim got some directions from ...


A travel blog entry by winkie on Dec 02, 2013

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... iPad is not working. They all want you to go on a 12 month plan. I walk and find the royal palace and the plaza oriente. Amazing place. Sun getting low in the sky I make for the hostel. Barbara who I meet last night suggests we head out for tapas and beer, when in Spain. Getting to bed well after midnight after meeting a group of Aussies in the tapas ...

Naples - Napoli

A travel blog entry by tayrocfam on Sep 06, 2013

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... faithfully restored and marvelling at the skill and ingenuity of the Romans who created things like steam rooms, air conditioning, breath taking houses and even stepping stones in the streets so when it rained they wouldn't get their feet wet and not only that they designed carts which were high enough to clear these stepping stones! Phew! The back drop of Mt Vesuvius was an eerie reminder of the last days of Pompeii. It was extremely hot and hard work traipsing around the ruins. ...


A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Jun 08, 2013

... to the Republican government. At the center of the square stands a monument dedicated to Antonio Scialoja (1896), a distinguished orator, politician, writer, Senator of the Kingdom of Italy and Minister of Education. On the left, towards the interior, narrow streets reach the area called "Vine" , the ancient cultivation of vineyards, where there is a house called "Vessel" , by its form, consisting of buildings on three levels around a closed court and discovery. In the bottom ...