Hotel Meeting

Address: Via Circumvallazione Esterna 46, Casoria, Campania, 80026, Italy | Hotel
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Day 5: Reaching Napoli

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 05, 2038

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... that veers back into a Napoli neighbourhood, the first of many wrong turns I will take today. So I end up missing Casavatore, and take another road north to Casoria where I finally reach a sign that reads “Napoli” with a huge pile of trash bags piled up right next to it. I can resist the photo opportunity. I’m half tempted to use this as my official Napoli photo with a caption “Welcome to Napoli!” but that wouldn’t be ...

Pleased that mosquito bites are my only grief!!

A travel blog entry by amoreitaly on Jul 31, 2013

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... to find, the places the locals go, so I tuck the note away looking forward to discovering this little treasure.

Feeling very full as this is the most I've eaten in days, once I'm back at La Fenice I work on my tan again, cool off in the pool and finish my book.

Later that evening when it's cooler I make my way around the road to the beautiful villa I'd noticed kayaking, Villa Tre Ville, and after walking down a corridor of lights, I ...

A day in Pompei

A travel blog entry by wrightsofnapier on Apr 17, 2013

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We woke early and get breakfast organized ready for the assault on Pompei. The boys were dispatched to Jeff and Lorraine's cabin with ghost mugs of tea to get them up and going and we had a quick breakfast before crossing the road and approaching the ticket office. We did not have guide book and had decided to buy one for 5E from the office at the site. Unfortunately the office was closed but as we approached the site a hawker was offering the ...

Vesuvius & Pompeii

A travel blog entry by juliecklein on Apr 27, 2012

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... ash remained. We saw Roman plumbing, both the ways water was collected (aqueducts and rainwater collection systems) and disposed of. This included piping (remarkably advanced for 2000 years ago). They even had fast food restaurants, bakeries, and bath houses.

Returning to our hotel, we found a nice restaurant (Ristaurante di Poppano) and had lasagna (not all that great) and a caprese salad (much better). We turned in early to try to catch up on our rest.

1192. Mountains of Trash (Italy 169)

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 04, 2012

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... of northside Napoli. So I look for another street to go back on—where I finally find a more pleasant, traditional “downtown” Casavatore… and then look for a road heading north.

Here I make my second wrong turn: instead of taking the road to the next town, I end up on a long, boring industrial stretch that skips the next 2 towns altogether… I try to find an alternate way, but only meet with dead ends…