Hotel Caserta Antica
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It is called The Royal Palace of Caserta. There is a lot of history here of course, but it took us three hours to walk to the top of the gardens and back. It is mind boggling to think back in the day, one family owned all this. (Google it)
They had horse and carts to drive to the top and back, now that i am home I have no idea why I didn't do that, it would of been splendid.
After the Royal Palace we went back to the ...
We had a great day today. It started out a bit tense and stressful trying to get up to Mt Vesuvius (you would think it would be really easy to find the way to a volcano, but apparently not), but we ended up in a car park where a 4WD shuttle bus takes you to about 200m from the volcano rim. You then just walk up to the top. As you climb, you can hear your feet crunching on the volcanic rock and there are wild flowers ...
... servant class. It was the layers and layers of ash that destroyed the town, not the lava from the volcano.
We left about 3:15 PM to drive to Sorrento. We stopped at the top overlooking the bay for photos then continued into town. It’s beautiful—the bay somewhat reminds me of the Monterey Bay. After the rain earlier, it was now clear with blue skies, puffy white clouds, and a cool breeze! We walked down to the water’s ...
... also considered the most deadliest active volcano, because if it erupts it has the potential of effecting more than 3,000,000 people.
Normally, this hike would not have been very bad. It was about a 45 degree vertical which wound its way up the volcano to the top; however, it was covered in the smallest, loosest stone imaginable. This meant that every step taken slid back another half of a step. Regardless, Dilyara and I trekked on.
We decided to ...
... and I think that it would be even more beautiful to see it on a nice spring or summer day when the flowers are all in bloom and it is not raining.
Other than Caserta, I mostly just relaxed- watched movies in Riccardo's movie theatre and strolled around Arnara. It was a great way to relax and recuperate before starting my program. I was ready now to begin- more comfortable with my Italian language, the time difference, the Italian culture, and being independent. ...