If you told me at the end of 2011 what was in store for 2012 I would have never believed you. And yet at the same time, it wasn’t until I sat down to write this post that I realised how busy a year it was and just how much the city has changed and grown
So what’s wrong with me? I keep thinking. I love it here. When I wade into the traffic (you have to if you want to cross the street) I’m surprised by the gentility of the drivers.
Introducing the city’s latest innovations in sustainable mobility to the community, the city hopes to encourage people to give up their cars and choose more environmentally friendly and sustainable modes of transportation.
Beautifully written and filmed, Risorsa Mare paints a stunning portrait of the immense wealth of natural, economic, and cultural resources around the Bay of Naples.
Finally, after what seemed an eternity, I rounded the curve and she came into view. My heart skipped a beat and I wasn’t sure if it was the cold air or the sight of her that brought the tears to my eyes.
While the Christmas season doesn’t really kick off in Italy until December 8th, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, the Christmas spirit hits me like shot the day after Thanksgiving. Black Friday they call it, while serious shoppers hit the mega sales in the States, I’m sitting on the floor amid a mountain of boxes […]
Part of the My 7 Links Project, #my7links, Napoli Unplugged looks back at 7 posts, each from a different theme.
Nothing analyzed, nothing researched, precious little original material, and thousands of Monday morning quarterbacks tweeting and retweeting the same sensationalized misinformation.
Often crowded, usually chaotic and always animated, shopping Naples markets is an experience not to be missed.
Naples, Italy may be a bustling and chaotic city but it is not without its green space and blue. It boasts over 50 parks and gardens, some 15 or 20 private and public bathing establishments and two natural reserves.