Villa Oliviero

Address: Via Santa Stefan Andres 6, Naples, Campania, 066, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Santa Stefan Andres 6, Naples, is near Spiaggia del Fornillo, Spiaggia Grande, Castello di Arechi, and Palazzo Murat.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Running the Gauntlet

A travel blog entry by mikeandme on Apr 17, 2015

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... scary. For years I have heard bad things about the crime and theft and grittiness of that city, and mostly I take these with a grain of salt. After all, so many people live there it can’t be that bad. Well, I found Naples scary. I don’t want to go back.
Naples has put some effort into making things a little easier for visitors. There’s a bus called the Alibus which makes a loop directly from port to train station ...

Arrival in Naples and visit to Pompeii

A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Sep 05, 2014

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... entrance and just made our own way around. D mistakenly bought tickets for a trip up Mt Vesuvius. He told the lady we wanted Pompeii tix and he thought that was what he got (and I was wondering why it was so damn expensive). He was told to wait for the bus. I'm thinking something is wrong as I'm looking at the tix and they say Vesuvius, and I was pretty sure we didn't take a bus to Pompeii. After hubby getting uptight because he said he was ...

Sex Lives of the Ancients and More Pizza

A travel blog entry by expatgal8 on May 26, 2014

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Today, we started the day by blowing the electricity with only a hairdryer. Fortunately I was done but J was just about done. Tried to trip the circuit breaker but no go. I was sure there was the main breaker but in such a large building, who knew where,,and we had to leave (sent the owner SMS) so we took a taxi to the Archeological museum for an early reservation. Using the audio guides, we spent quite a long time going through the museum. It was ...

Ercolano: The City of Hercules

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 13, 2013

3 comments, 14 photos

... between the 9th and 8th century BC and originally called Herakleion or ‘City of Hercules’. The city remained buried for almost 1700 years and until very recently, as no bodies were found, it was thought that all the inhabitants had managed to escape. However, as more of the city was uncovered a vast amount of bodies were found down by, what was then the beach. They had taken refuge in shelters for boats (the arches) hoping the ...


A travel blog entry by mjanetchitwood on Jul 20, 2013

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Paolo, with Joe Banana Limos, was waiting for us as we stepped off the ship this morning at 8am. We were joined by Samantha and Matt, a young couple from Montreal, on their honeymoon. I had posted on Cruise Critic that we had two seats available on our tours and Samantha and Matt responded that they would like to join us for our tour in Naples and also in Rome. That makes it even more reasonable for all of us. Our tour today, for six people, was 400 euros ( at ...