Bed & Breakfast MontAlbano

Fusco 23, Caserta, Campania, 81129, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located on Fusco 23, Caserta.
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    Day 4: Caserta

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2038

    54 photos

    ... a photo can’t really do this moment justice, I do take one of my best video clips of this trip so far here. And then I hike back… down through the garden again… out to the town and the front of the palace to the “real world” where struggling Moroccan and Sub-saharan immigrants try to make a living selling souvenirs and trinkets… 1184. The Senegalese Toy Guitar Vendor (Italy 161) Casagiove, January 2, 2012 Day 071: 4.0 kms, ...

    A day in Pompei

    A travel blog entry by middlemoss on Sep 28, 2013

    19 photos

    Prelude: A big day for the Hawthorn Hawks who defeated the Fremantle Dockers by 15 points in the Australian Rules Football Grand Final. The Sydney Swans won it last year from the Hawks so well done Hawthorn for coming back and winning it this year like you said you would. (If only the Swans hadn't been decimated by injury this year...) Jasper and I got up at 6:30am to listen to the radio broadcast via the World Wide Web. We ...

    Day Nine: Volcanoes, curves, and beaches

    A travel blog entry by mswood on Jul 04, 2013

    34 photos

    We started off today with our suitcases all packed and an overnight bag in hand as we headed into the cooler morning and drizzling weather. We were drove through traffic and moved onward toward Pompeii. On the bus, we finished The Gladiator movie, and the girls were very helpful in responding to the guide's questions and sharing their prior knowledge about the ruins. Once we got to the ruins, we had hilarious, ...

    For the love of the flag

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Mar 11, 2013

    1 photo

    ... on the front porch. But I think very few Italians would feel comfortable damaging in any way their flag. Anyway, in Italy it is forbidden to burn, destroy or damage the flag.

    The design of the Italian flag has undergone numerous changes throughout Italy's history. In fact, one could say that the chronicle of the Italian flag represents the incredible journey in history which eventually united the Italian people under one nation.

    In ...


    A travel blog entry by ashleen.moran on Mar 18, 2012

    ... put into this secret room. Now of course people aren't quite so prude so the room is open to the public, but they still have a warning sign on the door (well I'm assuming it was a warning sign, it was in Italian so really I have no idea what it said). I don't really see what they were thinking, I mean yes there were A LOT of penises but none of it was overly graphic or distasteful, except for the beastiality ones, I definitely could have gone ...