Attila’s Throne, Hemingway Book, and Other Myths

Torcello History Its history has very ancient origins, so much so that, through some testimonies received, it can be affirmed with certainty that it was inhabited since the times of the Roman Empire. An island that every year attracts the attention of tourists from every corner of the world, thanks to its enormous archaeological and […]


DAY TWO—LETS TAKE THE FUNICOLARE! Il Vomero is the hilly area of Naples best known for the great concentration of shops and clubs. The Funicolare (Gondola?), in Chiaia and Montesanto serve quite well the Vomero district, unless you want to walk uphill the about 2 and some miles to get to Vomero. Piazza Vanvitelli is […]


Gran Caffè Gambrinus is a historic place in Naples located in Via Chiaia. The Gran Caffè Gambrinus is one of the top ten Cafés in Italy and is part of the Association of Historic Places in Italy. TRUE ESPRESSO AND DELICIOUS PASTRIES The true coffee temple is in the Naples!. Gambrinus overlooks Piazza Plebiscito, since […]


SEITERRE! In my very humble opinion Portovenere (or Porto Venere), should be the “6th Terra!” And they should called them “Seiterre” from now on, not merely Five! Visiting the area and skipping PortoVenere is being dumb! The town of PortoVenere is located at the southern end of a peninsula, which, breaking away from the jagged […]