Via Salomoni, Caserta, Campania, 81040, Italy | Hotel
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Italian recipes to try

A travel blog entry by salaney1

... the stove. When it becomes hot, fry the balls until they are golden brown. Turn over and repeat. Eat hot! ****************************** Risotto alla Verza (Cabbage Risotto): Sounds horrible, tastes great! Another great recipe, experiment with different add-ins like porcini mushrooms and shrimp, but honestly it's good on it's own and it's a hearty vegetarian meal. Enjoy! Ingredients: 200 grams of cabbage (we have been using half of cabbage head) 1 liter of vegetable broth (or ...

Recuperation before the start of my program

A travel blog entry by mjspags


... and bodies of water blew me away. It was amazing to see just how large everything was. We took a horse drawn carriage ride to the end of the garden and then walked back. It must have been at least a couple miles. Along with the outside, the inside of the palace was so large and extravagant. Each room was its own piece of art. Most of the house seemed so unnecessary but I guess the purpose of the palace was to be oppulent and over-the-top. Caserta ...

Zuppa de Cozze

A travel blog entry by salaney1


Fabulous lunches can be found in Arco Felice, a town near our house. Fruit and Fish, Trattoria de Rita and Biaggios all have great seafood. I love the mussel soup (Zuppa di Cozze) with bread to dip it in to scarpetta the lovely wine broth. Just the thing on a cold winters day. Brett's selection of Zappa di Fagioli (bean soup) with some Olio di Oliva and pepperoncino is also awesome. Our favorite meal also then includes wine as well as fritta calamari and fungi ...

Hiking in Vesuvius National Park

A travel blog entry by elohim

Many tourists looking down the crater as we do, few follow a guided tour cicling the whole monster. We add another hike downhills. Some spots have little or no vegetation yet. You see the structure of the lava flows. We meet some mushroom collectors. I collect some Vesuvuis gravel I plan to make art with back home. Heavy stuff - I guess it contains quite some share of iron.
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It's all about the view

A travel blog entry by werglobemasters


... your ticket for another ticket and start to walk/climb the hillside of gravel, and volcanic dust. Winding our way up the mountain side to 1050 meters above sea level (the brochure says so) was a race. After all the travel just to get to the departure point, we were the last tour group to be allowed up the hill, and if we didn’t want to get stuck we had to catch the last eco/econo-bus back down. So we took off at a ...


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