Hotel Caserta Antica
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... Rafaelle told me he would like to give some nice cake (in a lilting Italian accent). I initially declined but he insisted and he chatted with me while I had a small lovely treat and we shared a non-alcoholic drink. Just as we were finishing up Taylor walked in and was able to have some too. Rafaelle said that sweets are good for your heart. I agree - they make me happy!! That's the end of the day. We were tired but ...
... I did not take a picture of the dish, but I can tell you that the flavors were out of this world! It was a vegetable and pasta dish with some chopped bacon and a bit of tomato sauce. Bill had octopus salad and another seafood dish that he said his was outstanding as well.
Tomorrow back to Rome! I am loading several pictures on this blog entry, so you might want to click on the Slide Show to see them all in a bigger format. Ciao!
... were polled, the couple was unfortunately the only ones who voted to forgo the free volcanic wine and bruschetta at Terrazza Due Golfi, so we made the stop there and enjoyed the food and drink among the grapes with a fantastic view of the Bay of Naples and the Island of Capri.
After our Vesuvius tour we walked a short way down the street from our drop-off point and had a quick snack outside the ancient Pompeii excavation site. We passed through a gate ...
... fields lined with hay bales and thick meadows. Our cows would have thought they had died and went to heaven. You can understand the demand on these growers to have their produce taken to feed the many mouths of Rome. Rome is huge and goes as far a the eye can see. There are about 2.8 million people living in Rome so they need a lot of food. On the way the bus stopped a couple of times and at one stop we found ourselves in the famous region of the mozzarella cheese. We had to ...
... explored some of the shops, villas and temples. Not surprisingly, they even had brothels back then. Well preserved mural paintings detailed explicit scenes of evidence.
Looking in the horizon, Mount Vesuvius lay silent in the background having last erupted within the last hundred years. While the view was quite amazing, it was hard to forget what happened centuries ago!