Travel Blogs from Naples
Emily and I arrived in Rome around noon on March 4, 2014 and took the train to Naples we arrived in Naples around 4PM. Naples is a bit of a rowdy city and a little dirty, but if you search it has its own charm. We spent the first day getting acquainted with city, wandering through the cramped alleyways and street markets. While there we visited the …
... church by the Reformation, to demonstrate the church's superior virtue and saintliness, it was decided nuns should be cloistered.
The cloister garden used to be very simple but it always contained two large fountains. Unfortunately the humidity from the fountains has induced a cancer in the tiles. Although some have been restored in the past, this is not proving successful and it seems that the damage will not be repaired in the ...
... the day before, it was awesome to see the city and its amazing how intact it still it is. All of the guide books say that Pompeii is crowded and overwhelming with people but between the predicted bad weather and the fact that it was the off season, there were very few people there and we were able to see everything we wanted to see.
We left around 2:30 and headed back to her apartment. She made lunch for us that was amazing. She ...
... There are attractive fancy hotels,
statues, and ocean views. The best views of the ocean are looking
down from the cliffs. When we find a path to it, its not of much
interest. We try to visit the Museo Coreale di Terranova but its
closed (open 9:30 am – 1:30 pm, closed Tuesdays. It has some
we have lasagna and a meat dish which is rolled meat stuffed with
pine nuts and ...
... The small streets in the historic centre are quite safe from the crazy traffic that seems to choke the rest of the city. It was doing this that we were able to discover and re-discover true Neapolitan pizza, we would have to say in hindsight that it was the best pizza we had in Italy and Hel would say the best pizza ever. Apparently Bill Clinton thinks the same because there was a picture of him with the chief pizza maker that was proudly displayed on the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ideal Naples
Steps away from the central train station - so you guess what the area is like :) Let's just say you won't find any 'Italian' prostitutes here :)
That said, the rooms and breakfast are adequate and it's a good budget option for Napoli. In those terms, I would recommend it.
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