Hotel Europeo - Sea Hotels Group

Address: Via Mezzocannone 109/c, Naples, Campania, 80134, Italy | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Pendino area of Naples, is near Amphitheatre (Capua), Monteoliveto, Museo Provinciale Campano, and Santa Maria della Sanita.
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      European Interlude

      A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      So it would appear that the presence of friends results in zero time for writing and blogging, but now on my own again I've managed to find the time to get some writing done. I thought for this blog post I would just do a short one to get back into line with Friday blog posts. My last blog left off with my final day in Kumasi and very late that day I boarded a bus to Accra, I did my best to get some sleep in, but despite the relative comfort of the bus I wasn't able to sleep ...

      Day 2 - Naples

      A travel blog entry by liambass on Aug 18, 2014

      ... away from the train station, hoping to find the one further up the line, but went the wrong way. Ended up having gnocchi and delicious pizza for lunch at a hotel and walking back to the first station for the express train back to Naples.

      Sat at Napoli Centrale for a good couple of hours because all of the people seemed dodgy and we didn't want to get mugged, but we took a ...

      The other Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by sarahgapyear on Sep 11, 2013

      ... They have entire mosaic floors still in good condition as well as frescoes that have kept their colouration. It was brilliant, and because of the way it was destroyed the wooden frames above doors are also sometimes still there. I spent couple of hours walking around before going back to naples, would recommend it because the crowds are all lot smaller as well.

      I explored a few churches back in naples and one of them had a sancrista that was head ...

      Olive oil? Shampoo, yes?

      A travel blog entry by zinnolewis on Jun 11, 2013

      9 photos

      ... enjoyed some pizza in its natural habitat (Naples is the birthplace of pizza). After lunch, we headed to the port to catch the ferry to Sorrento. When we got to the port, we were told (in very broken English) that our ferry was going to be at another port in Naples... So, we walked to the next port, only to get the same response. Finally, at our third port, we hopped on the 35 minute ferry to our first stop on the Amalfi Coast, Sorrento. When we arrived, we were faced ...

      Venice to Napoli

      A travel blog entry by cheenosineurope on Jan 24, 2013

      6 photos

      ... Fiver hour train ride took us through Tuscany and Rome to Napoli. There were many tunnels, which was surprising. Took the tram from Piazza Garibaldi to our hostel. We put a ten cent coin into the lift for it to take us up. The receptionist showed us things to see and places to go in our short time. We left for a late lunch snack of pasta and fritatina from Luise. Took the furnicular and walked a bit to St ...