Residence San Domenico

Address: Vico San Geronimo, Naples, Campania, 80143, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Municipalita 2 area of Naples, is near Amphitheatre (Capua), Monteoliveto, Museo Provinciale Campano, and Santa Maria della Sanita.
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Travel Blogs from Naples

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 ...


A travel blog entry by jennyandwayne on Apr 25, 2014

4 comments, 6 photos

... decayed.

While the photos may look like a pile of rubble it was really interesting and you can't help but be amazed..........

Walked into Naples, very run down but huge huge buildings. Lots of graffiti which is disappointing. We did manage to get decent internet access even if it cost us a glass of wine and an expresso. Waiter spoke no English but vino blanco and expresso seem to be universal as is wifi!


Last day in Naples; Traveling to UK

A travel blog entry by mardi2013 on Dec 04, 2013

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... hostel. Through my walking I didn't grow to think any more highly of the beauty of Naples but I do think the people are lovely and is very culture rich - there wasn't really any sections that I was like yeah these places are designed for tourists. I was at the hostel for about 40minutes changing my coat and packing my bag properly and talking to people on fb then I left for the airport. On the bus ride here I had to laugh at how freeking crazy the traffic is in ...


A travel blog entry by cbmaddixrn on Aug 14, 2013

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... indicates you can walk). You simply, as we were informed in Roma, put your toes into the cross walk, this indicates to the driver that you want to cross the street. Well apparently you learn this very simple gesture at a very young age, but just how young do you believe? As we were crossing the street a mother with her baby was also crossing. The baby just happen to be, uh - not walking - the baby was in a stroller and appeared to be about ...

Naples #1: Funiculi Funicula

A travel blog entry by brookskeith on May 01, 2013

25 photos

... and Decumanus was either the Tetrapylon for Greeks or the Forum for Romans, the very heart of community life. In this way any Roman citizen, like Rome's soldiers, could instantly orient himself or herself upon arrival to any Roman community instantly by finding one of these two main streets. Did you realize that I have been doing the same thing this entire trip, simply finding either the cardo or decumanus of ...