Address: Via G. Verdi, 76, Caserta, Campania, 81100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via G. Verdi, 76, Caserta.
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Day 4: Caserta

A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2038

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... street line with boring modern stores with parking lots. I keep walking, looking for any place to sit and strum and take my video clip—but I reach the sign telling me I’m about to enter yet another town and… nothing. So I take a side street south where I soon reach empty fields and start heading back. Finally I find an empty lot with a low wall around it to sit and strum on and a modern church to use as a quick backdrop for my video. ...

Vietri Sur Mare and the wonderful Caserta Palace

A travel blog entry by brown.a on Apr 23, 2015

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... so cold.

Time to drive the toll road and the hour long drive to Caserta and the Caserta Palace. With the help of our GPS we got to Caserta easily. Found the large underground carpark with a little more difficulty but as Caserta Palace is not hard to miss as it is so huge we knew we were close. Once parked we emerged above ground to the massive Palace which from the front looks impressive and imposing however the gardens at the front are not ...

Naples & Pompeii

A travel blog entry by eliandvicky on Mar 21, 2014

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... has been preserved and you can walk around the city. It's got a really sad feel to it but no wonder when you think how many people died or had their lives destroyed there. Pompeii itself was a seaside city which was actually very commercial, lots of shops. It was also a town with abstract poverty and immense wealth. Lots of people owned houses and then owned the shops nearby. It's a vast place and we had a limited amount of time but we managed to see all ...

Pompeii and sail to Greece

A travel blog entry by trishfr on Sep 11, 2013

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... and bake houses. Many homes and a street full of brothels, a public sauna , separate men and women's areas with underground heating and plunge pool ( for the men only as not healthy for women ). The phallux symbol on many houses as it represented new life and fertility , others in the road as arrows. Ceiling patterns and many erotic frescos. Numerous artefacts and around 1200 bodies which have revealed so much information about life in the city. This is believed to be ...

Our Adventure in Pompeii!!

A travel blog entry by gmattson on Aug 14, 2013

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We got up early to head to Pompeii today. We took a train there from Rome. It was about an hour and a half to travel there by train. My dad and I were telling Hails and Ezzie all about Pompeii. I think they really could not believe it and they were a bit scared about going to a place where there was a volcano that erupted. We arrived in Pompeii and walked into town. We quickly realized it was a short walk to the ruins. As we walked ...

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