Hotel Villa Ranieri

Address: Corso Amedeo di Savoia 29, Naples, Campania, 80137, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naples

Saw Sean and Left Rome For Naples

A travel blog entry by texaloha on May 03, 2015

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It was an easy day today. I went to Mass at the North American Pontifical university with Sean DeWitt. Actually Sean was the cantor and I sat with another Texas Seminarian named Greg. Sean has a beautiful voice. I think that we wasted him on the altar servers. He couldn't go out to breakfast but did show me the view from the rooftop which was great. Yesterday the Pope was at the university. ...

Day Twenty: Naples

A travel blog entry by carolinesheats on Sep 12, 2014

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Our train ride to naples was at 730 am! So early! Once we arrived we worked our way through the city to find our hostel! Between our terrible map and the fact that very few streets actually had signs, it took us about an hour to find our hostel, even though it was only 20 minutes away from the train station. We finally found it, and found out it was on the 4th floor.. And the stairs were so tall! It was a hike! When we finally got in we were greeted with a glass ...

To the home of Pizza

A travel blog entry by mhopper on May 28, 2014

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... call it what you like, its everywhere
Scooters + crazy driving!
Numerous Impressive Catholic churches
Castles
Gelato
Perfect Temperatures (and that goes for the sea temperature too)
Street vendors

Naples was an in your face introduction to Italy, so it will be interesting to compare it when I am back here in Italy in a weeks time with Mum & Dad!
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Ercolano: The City of Hercules

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

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... bites and were healing very well, thank you but Roisin saved the day by nodding and saying, in broken Italian: ‘Si, si’. The man pointed down the hill and in broken English replied; ‘5 minutes’

It turns out, the local has actually said ‘Scavi?’ which is the Italian word for excavation!!. Sure enough 5 minutes later we were the entering the excavated remains of Herculaneum.

The town was actually founded by ...

Gastronomic tour of Naples

A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 11, 2013

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... Italians talk with their hands? Well, they also drive while talking with BOTH hands! It was amazing we never saw any accidents.

First we stopped at an olive oil place in Sorrento. Victoria gave us a tour around her family's gardens. There were many fruits and flowers surrounding the olive trees which were used in the soil to improve the taste of the olive oil. We tasted ...