Bed & Breakfast MontAlbano

Address: Fusco 23, Caserta, Campania, 81100, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Fusco 23, Caserta.
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      Pompei to Sulmona

      A travel blog entry by marrigolde on Jun 26, 2014

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      ... casual, loved his food and his wine and was a master of his food and restaurant. I did learn something here, I will never be bold enough to choose my own seat. He placed us on a table that seemed to be in the way of the things, I thought Steve would wave his arms while talking and send dished every where. There was an empty table a little out of the way and next to a window so we moved there. We were pretty smartly chastised and moved back to ...

      Pompeii--The END!

      A travel blog entry by wiseowltoo on Jun 12, 2014

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      ... 3 feet, 4 feet up to 19 feet (when combined with pumice) fell during the week after the eruption. Pets were buried with their owners, slaves died sheltering their masters, priests and supplicants were crushed in the temple, and family members committed suicide at the sight of their love ones suffocated in their beds. As people ran or fell trying to escape the unimaginable fury of Mt Vesuvius, they were caught in Death's unshakable grip, to be frozen in ...

      Pompeii

      A travel blog entry by dbenton on Oct 04, 2013

      17 photos

      ... groups to the Forum. This was the city's commercial, religious, and political center. We spot the plaster casts of victims in glass cases eerily captured in their last moments. Next is the baths of the Forum with their steam-bath room and big tub which served as a fountain that spouted water onto the hot floor that was heated from below to produce steam. Across the baths were the "fast food joints". Marble counters ...

      Someone Who Knew How It Felt To Be Alone

      A travel blog entry by millant.travel on Jul 11, 2013

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      ... for but what said everything about Pompeii that we wanted to say. It was our drop of vanilla essence.

      The figure in the image is suffering. Just a few hours earlier he was enjoying the pleasures of Pompeii. Now his eyes are burning because of the ash and the irritation of gases released from the volcano. The fires have started and so the air is filled with acrid smoke further adding to his distress. Volcanic bombs are ...

      BEST PIZZA OF LIFE/ POURING RAIN

      A travel blog entry by asheevk on Nov 30, 2012

      ... them. Since Rochelle went away for college and then started working away on ships a few years later, we never really know how much time we get to spend with each other. So this was such a treat, I was able to see my sister twice in Winnipeg, and twice on the ship this year. Very good year indeed for family time, and I am very appreciative that I was able to spend so much time with Rosie. Lots of love to my family, I am so lucky to have such a phenomenal set of parents and siblings x
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