Hotel Villaggio Stella Maris

Stella Maris snc, Naples, Campania, 80014, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Aurora area of Naples, is near Amphitheatre Flavius, Cumae (Cuma), Lago d'Averno, and Baia.
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    Travel Blogs from Naples

    Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 19, 2014

    ... not exist to be able to preserve it properly.

    The most recent eruption of Mount Vesuvius was in 1944 in the midst of World War II. After it erupted, those that escaped Naples left Italy and moved to the United States and are who we now know as Italian Americans. When they arrived, many of them set up shop selling the foods of their land (Naples) and it became so popular that it was just identified as Italian food, even though it was only ...

    Remember the back streets of Naples...!!

    A travel blog entry by roamingfree on Dec 06, 2013

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... on the contrary, it is pretty tidy of rubbish unlike driving into Pompeii which was like driving through a rubbish dump. What's more the folk are real friendly and the old women on the balconies near their high level washing very happy to have their photo taken - unfortunately narrow streets combined with high buildings makes for dark photos so difficult to get good shots of these wonderful Italian ladies!

    We walked up the hill but as ...

    Of Treasures and Trash!

    A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc on Aug 10, 2013

    28 photos

    ... corruption too. The money that should be used to conserve these buildings must have been siphoned off at some point. We arrived at the Museum to find homeless groups of people sleeping on mattresses in the porticoes of the buildings in front. What happened to this city? It was obviously at some point the most powerful city in Italy, what tipped it into this state of decay? The archaeological museum costs 8€ and you are informed of the closing times of ...

    Now in Naples

    A travel blog entry by mgruber5 on Mar 26, 2013

    4 photos

    ... what we were actually seeing. It didn’t have a lot of signs to read about things like I had thought. We also wanted to see the dead bodies, but they were in a different part that our ticket didn’t allow us to visit for some reason. We stayed there for a few hours and then headed back to Naples to get some lunch, pack up, and head off to the train station for our next and last destination of our very Italian spring break, ...

    A Visit to Naples

    A travel blog entry by cncadventures on Oct 11, 2012

    46 photos

    ... returned here after the war. We start with this collection, viewing the phenomenal marble statues. The Toro Farnese is one of the best and depicts Dirce being tied to a bull. It is 13 feet tall, making it the tallest ancient marble group ever found. It was carved out of one slab of marble and tells the end of a story. King Lycus left his pregnant wife when he was bewitched by Dirce. His wife bore and raised twins and when they grew up, they killed their dad, and tied Dirce to ...