Hotel Caserta Antica
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... Very well maintained, you can really get the feel of what it was like to be a noble back in the day, strolling up this path surrounded by extravangance and beauty trimmed to perfection. It’s impressive that this place has been kept up so well, considering that this is a region where cities struggle just to collect the trash! In France, back in 2009, seeing these grand chateaux made me think of the French Revolution and how such squandering of wealth led ...
... legends are intertwined inseparably with the nature of the place. And 'this is the greatest charm that, from the first signs of Hellenic civilization, has been handed down unchanged in thousands of centuries past to the present day. The Greeks who came to found Kyme, Dicearchia, Neapolis, found in these rivers, in these high tongues of fire, in this troubled world the justification and the setting of many of their myths. Most of ...
... However that time stretched to become later & later & this was the first of our Pompei WAITING. One hour later the train arrived and we pulled in to Pompei at 7:30.
We stopped for dinner at a restaurant/cafe in our street and I had wide pasta tubes with prawns and zucchini in a creamy sauce and Greg had spaghetti with mussels, shrimp & pippis which were both very tasty (as well as two drinks each!) A long but wonderful day which finished with Facetime with Jen for her birthday.
... the pasta?!), and lemon cake for dessert. Everyone else also had a shot of lemoncello—apparently it’s 80 proof so not for the faint of heart!
By now it was after 8 PM and I was probably the most tired I have been this whole trip. We had been going for 12 hours straight! I felt like I was starting to catch a cold too—need to take some Airborne to nip it in the bud! I pretty much fell into bed when we got back about 9:30 ...
... almost a “city” feel to it with a bustling main avenue, and it also has the cramped old city feel in its alleyways that lead up to a domed cathedral. Yes, definitely more than just a “Napoli Suburb” here.
As a matter of fact, Torre also has some impressive ruins of its own: a beautiful Roman estate destroyed by the volcano. But I figure I’ll save my ruins exploring for when I get to Pompeii, which is right down the road. ...