TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Oliviero Naples
Travel Blogs from Naples
... found a path way that lead to the Castel St Elmo on the top of the hill. After about half an hour of quite tough walking we found ourselves at the top. Selma had a piggy back for the last final stretch. It was quite tough going and by the time we reached the top we needed a refreshment.
The views over Naples and Mount Vesuvius beyond from this point are stunning. I counted 23 domes in total.
We then headed to the Museo Nationale di San ...
... hanging up in every street. Each storefront and restaurant has garland and lights and christmas trees equally blinged out. And it is like everyone (except for us) is shopping for gifts.
We visited the ruins of Pompeii, which was like stepping back into history. 79 AD, to be exact. During this time, this Roman town, with a population of 20,000 citizens, was a thriving port for trade and travel. It was also a vacation destination for the elite.
... do not have coverage of the French Open. Look how tidy we have kept our room(s).
Napoli road cones! - A big more solid than the orange ones back home in Christchurch.
Medina Caffe in Napoli - A 4 flavoured pizza is 1 flavour per quarter. Not quite a Hells or Winnine Bagoes Pizza
Sunday must be washing day in Napoli. - Many apartment buildings had washing hanging from windows or balconies.
Napoli Bar - With a footpath ...
... palace and gardens had sunk. He quickly assumed administrative duties of the château and assembled a team of conservators to oversee the various collections of the museum (Fromageot, 1903). One of Dumont’s first appointments was that of Huges Lagarde (10 messidor an III (28 June 1795), a wealthy soap merchant from Marseille with strong political connections, as bibliographer of the museum. With the abandonment of the palace, there remained no less than 104 libraries ...
... for bottled beer.
I don't know why the cruise ships stop here! The disappointment of the passengers must be immense, paying all that money to see a slum.
First thing I did when back at campsite was to shower and change.
I still feel the need to shower just writing about it!
BE WARNED - DON'T GO!!!!