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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. ...
... 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 ...
... waiting, we met a lady from Florida who was on an organized tour but doing a side trip to Pompei on her own. We compared lots of notes about places we’d already been.
When the train arrived, it was packed. Of course we had our suitcases to contend with as well. The 40 or so minute ride standing up could have been worse but we were able to chat more with the Floridian lady (who was a hoot) and a couple of tourists from Australia to pass the time.
... anything that isn't supposed to be there. Another important preventative action is La Doria's co-operative relationship with the farmers that supply them, for instance, helping them to understand what equipment they need to prevent foreign bodies entering raw material during harvest. We also visited the warehouse and loading bay. Checks must be carried out on shipping containers to ensure that they are fit for the journey. Containers with holes ...
... there. The town was suddenly covered with 24 feet of ash near the end of the first century when Mt Vesuvius erupted. The site is well-preserved, but much has been pillaged over the past couple of centuries or has been moved to a local museum. We got a decent feel for the place and did get to see two of the casts of people who died that day along with some wall paintings. Paul found it erie to be walking through a town that was ...
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