Hotel Villa Ranieri

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

A walk around Naples

A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Jun 01, 2015

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... We have decided to only do small trips the next 2 years, but we want to do Canada and Alaska in 2018.

We walked over 15 kilometres today, it’s hard walking on cobblestone streets for hours at a time so it’s no wonder we are tired, but another great day.

We also worked out that we have actually walked more each day than we have thought, Geoff matched up his GPS unit to my pedometer, and it appears my pedometer is under reading, which is better than the other ...

Naples, birthplace of pizza and expresso!

A travel blog entry by dmerilees on Nov 12, 2014

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... specialty at the famous Caffe Gambrinus, founded in 1850. Then the rain hit. We slogged our way through the downpour, through seemingly endless, rain-soaked streets. After escaping the rain long enough to eat a Napoli Marguerita pizza, we made our way back to Sorrento. It was a whirlwind day in this great southern Italy ...

Surprisingly, loved it.

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on May 29, 2014

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Took the train from Castellammare into Naples. Different.
It rained enroute; we could see streets becomming torrents of running water, and as I'm wearing sandels, not impressed. Did need to giggle when the rain poured into the carriage from the roof. Not sure what the problem was, just got out of the way. Fortunately most people had got off at Pompeii Station, so we had space to move into.

By the time ...

Of Treasures and Trash!

A travel blog entry by runelight_vlc on Aug 10, 2013

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... corruption too. The money that should be used to conserve these buildings must have been siphoned off at some point. We arrived at the Museum to find homeless groups of people sleeping on mattresses in the porticoes of the buildings in front. What happened to this city? It was obviously at some point the most powerful city in Italy, what tipped it into this state of decay? The archaeological museum costs 8€ and you are informed of the closing times of ...

Amalfi, 2.0!

A travel blog entry by cpottinger on Jun 23, 2013

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I just had to write a second blog today as I had a very eventful afternoon (pomeriggio). Tutto bene! All is good!

After I arrived in Amalfi by boat, I headed to the central square where I remembered last year the taxis were located. Marcello was my taxi driver. He spoke pretty good English. Even though it is only a 1.7 km ride to my hotel, 10 euro (roughly $13)! Yikes, they sure stick it to the tourists! However, there was no way ...