Punta Serra

Address: Via Serra, 4, Naples, Campania, 80079, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Serra, 4, Naples, is near Castello Aragonese, La Mortella, and Baia.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Day 6: Naples

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 06, 2038

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... thanks to the fact that it was buried that whole time under volcanic rock. I guess I won’t describe what I saw there or give my opinions on this unusual form of art—you’ll just have to go see for yourself. I have a very high opinion of Pompeii culture after visiting their ruins, and although this stash of porn gives some very interesting insights into how they thought and lived, it’s certainly not the “whole” of their rich, diverse ...

Art, Art and more Art!

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Dec 18, 2014

Today was Joy's day for losing her head - ie another Caravaggio day. We started early at the Pio Monte di Misericordia, a wonderful church started in the early 17th century by a group of nobles who adopted the seven Christian Mercies, using their their wealth and influence to help those in need. This movement is still very much alive in Naples today, four centuries on. They commissioned Caravaggio to paint an altarpiece showing the seven ...

Sunday June 16

A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Jun 16, 2013

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... a shower and rest and then off to find a restaurant for dinner. I had fresh pasta - Scialatielli ai frutti di mare - which was devine and Ron had pizza. Naples is chaotic, messy and attractions are not well maintained. Fashion shopping is probably better than in Florence. I would not stay here again but instead stay in Sorrento. You could even visit the Amalfi Coast from ...

Julia Roberts ruins everything

A travel blog entry by josiezim on Mar 30, 2013

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... Rome. Laura appreciated seeing it but I don't suspect is eager to return. Pushing our way through crowds, walking in front of cars, being leered at and just generally feeling like two big sore thumbs we made it to Da Michele. It was packed, which is to be expected.

Although it has been around since forever and was well known among pizza foodies, it owes its infamy to Elizabeth Gilbert and then Julia Roberts. In Eat, Pray, Love she says ...


A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Mar 29, 2013

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... the streets and into the houses and shops which were buried when Vesuvius erupted. Many of the houses still had the remains of wall frescoes and other decorations. Alongside the ruined Herculaneum is the new town – with lots of high rise buildings. It’s scary to think what would happen if the volcano erupted ...