Business trip to Naples. 06/2013

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  1. montenapoleone

    montenapoleone Well-Known Member

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    Well since this is SF.

    The gentleman at the market need to shorten his sleeves, the jacket looks long and tsk tsk for not buttoning it when standing.

    The groom looks like he did well.

    The last pics is beautiful, almost looks like a volcano or something.
     


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    montenapoleone Well-Known Member

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    The city of Naples is like a big open market. You would find anything there, from the highest fashionista to the poorest man walking the city streets. Fruit stands to counterfeit accessories in every corner. The coffee is incredibly delicious for those who appreciate espresso. The pizza is absolutely among the world's best and the sun always shines.
    It's like the 'Calcutta' of Europe.
    Everything Happens there!
     


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    You mean like Vesuvius? :eh:
     


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    LOL.

    I stayed at Grand Hotel Parker the times I visited Naples -- a hotel which was the Allied HQ during WWII. The room I stayed in had a stunning view of Mt Vesuvius. That, plus the breakfast area allowed you to overlook the sea. The scenery was a real treat.

    Apart from things sartorial related, it was one of the rare times I got up close and personal with a city that hadn't lost its soul (there's a certain ubiquity at all the major metropolitan cities I've visited/stayed at).

    http://www.frommers.com/destinations/naples/H33463.html

    http://www.bownsbest.com/grandhotelparkers2.html


    Didn't see counterfeit stuff, actually. But I just might not have been looking.
     
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