Pianura is not famous, glamorous, beautiful, or full of things to see, but it does have some of the best pizza anywhere. I recommend grabbing a pizza from the local restaurants. The prices are cheap, about 4 euro, and you'll thank me when you're done.
It may seem an eyesore, but most Napolitans don't use, or even own a clothes dryer. Most dry their clothing on balconies or clotheslines.
There are thousands of mopeds in Naples, and you will realize why when you drive here for a couple days. They save a lot of time, and are a cinch to park in crowded areas. But watch out if you're driving a car. This kid tried to pass me on the left when I was turning left, and he took off my rearview mirror, and banged up his scooter pretty good.
The first meal I would always have when going to Pianura (and Napoli in general) is a pizza (sometimes two) because Napolitan Pizza is terrific, and withdrawl symptoms can be hazardous. A Margharita will suit you just fine, and is also what most Napolitans eat as well.
Fondest memory: Definitely the food...but actually navigating the crazy streets without wrecking my truck is right up there too!!