PM3 Bed Breakfast

via del Parco Margherita, 3, Naples, 80121, Italy
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Seat Selection On Trenitalia

by miltrans

I'm looking at the Trenitalia website. For the particular train I'm interested in from Naples to Florence, the picture of the seating appears as if on one side of the aisle, there is one seat facing another, and on the other side, there are double seats facing double seats. I'm used to seats facing the back of the row in front of mine. Are all seats facing each other on Trenitalia or am I interpreting the picture incorrectly?

RE: Seat Selection On Trenitalia

by altamiro

There are all possible seat arrangements. Trains aren't planes or buses, it does not make sense to put all seats in one direction. In many trains there are 2+2 and 1+1 seat arrangements like you describe, on others you have all seats in same direction for 1/2 of the carriage and reverse in the other half, and many others have 3+3 or 2+3 compartments with a side aisle. It does not make sense to ask for ALL of Trenitalia trains.

RE: RE: Seat Selection On Trenitalia

by pedroswift

This is a fair question. I took no notice of the seating arrangement on a recent trip france to italy & subsequently regretted not taking time to inspect the lay out of the car before making the reservation. I'd hope next time to find a full window beside my seat instead of having a window pillar to block the view. The facility (ie the layout diagram) is there to be used!

Travel Tips for Naples

The relatives and people I met...

by lourdesmaria

The relatives and people I met in Agropoli all had the newest styles. They live in homes that are sometimes centuries old, or have antique silver, crystal, lace, marble topped tables and so on that have been passed on for generations, or brought into the family by marriage.

What kinds of presents could you possibly bring them? Or give when you pay a visit or to say 'thanks' after a wonderful dinner?

My grandparents would invite them out as our guests for another dinner, or after dinner we would take them somewhere outside for dessert. There is a great appreciation for fine food and dining out. Also, helping to defray costs of petrol, tolls and parking is much appreciated.

Of course if you go visiting a big bouquet of flowers or local pastries are always appreciated.

Stazione Circumvesuviana

by yooperprof

This stark and austere station is the terminus for the local train line that serves Pompei and the Sorrento coast. Trains from here stop at Piazza Garibaldi, adjacent if (but not actually in) the main "Stazione Centrale".

Market and Upper Naples Shopping

by travelnut71

In Naples the market is a very fast paced bargaining place. But for those who wish to see the modern part, in the market area take the lift that will lift you to the upper naples, ask around. There, you will see modern shops.

Castel Nuovo

by nyonnetti

This was such a great place to see. It as built in 1282 and stands with such magnificence as it overlooks the harbor and all it's cruise ships. We did not pay to get in for the tour, but we were able to get in enough to see the courtyard of the castle. We sat outside the castle enjoying the beautiful day and the the lovely garden areas around it.

San Pietro a Majella

by MM212

Built in 1294 by Carlo II d'AngiĆ², this church is dedicated to Pope Celestine V, whose real name was Pietro da Morrone. Majella refers to the place where he had lived a hermetic life. In the 17th century, the adjacent monastery and cloister were added. The exterior of the church and its campanile are rather simple and reflect the original Gothic architecture. However, the interior underwent several changes over its history: in the 14th century a gilded wooden ceiling was added, but two centuries later, the ceiling and the Gothic arches were completely covered in Baroque embellishments, which was typical of the time. For some reason, the Baroque additions were completely removed in an early 20th century restoration, which brought the church back to its simple Gothic design. It also uncovered the beautiful gilded ceiling and some 14th century frescoes. The late 18th century Suppression resulted in the closure of the monastery, which became the seat of "il Conservatorio di San Pietro a Majella", a music conservatory, in 1826.


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