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Napoli Unplugged Guide to Naples Paperback – March 31, 2015
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About the Author
Bonnie Alberts is a freelance writer and photographer with a passion for art, architecture, archaeology and history. Living in Naples, Italy for nearly a decade, her curiosity and love of the story takes her all over the city, the Campania region and beyond and she records everything she takes in with a camera and a pen. Bonnie is the founder of the Napoli Unplugged website and that work became the basis of the book, the Napoli Unplugged Guide to Naples. Today, Bonnie is busy working on the next books in this series, the Napoli Unplugged Guide to the Bay and the Amalfi Coast and the Napoli Unplugged Guide to Campania. Bonnie regularly contributes articles about Naples to websites and to online and print magazines and her photography features in Naples in 3 Days: Part 1: A Guide to Neapolitan Art and Architecture and Tweeting Da Vinci.
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The beautiful photos and paintings included in this book complement the text nicely. The only shortcoming I found were the painted maps: they aren't useful. Since Naples is a labyrinth of narrow streets and small piazzas, it would have been nice if each of the chapters devoted to a neighborhood in Naples also had an accurate map of that neighborhood.
After trying to use the book one day, I left it behind on the subway.
But Naples is a fantastic city. We would go back in a heartbeat.