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... the batter by mixing the water, egg, and salt together, gradually sifting the flour into the water and mixing it with a wire whisk. The batter should be moderately dense. You can add more flour or water depending on your preference. 3) Place an ample amount of oil into a pan and heat the oil over high heat. Make sure it's hot before you use it. 4) Dip each flower into the batter, covering it completely, and place it carefully in the hot oil. Fry on both sides until they are ...
... city went through so I can look back and remember with respect knowing how lucky we are in todays day and age. I sure hope you guys can see that too.
Just a quick history lesson…..Pompeii is famous for being a city that was lost to the 79AD eruption of Mt Vesuvius. Pompeii was a city that was completely buried under 6-25metres of volcanic ash. Approx 3400 people were killed and their bodies encased in ash. It’s estimated that at ...
... the forum, the spa, the sauna, the temples, and yes, the red light district too (where you simply had to point to a picture on the wall of the prostitutes' house, of the position you wanted!!) Prostitution was legal then, and the red light district was sign posted by a large phallus in the street. Nice.......A prostitute cost around 8 cisterces (the coin of the day). The average person earned the value of 30-36 cisterces a month (it was not all paid in coin, sometimes in ...
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.
Back in Pompeij: summer sale at Bennetton
Day 071: 10.0 kms, 5 hours
It seems that whenever I want to visit the most beautiful, photo worthy spots it starts raining—first on the Amalfi Coast and now in Caserta. But I'm not going to let that dampen my adventure… after taking refuge in a supermarket for a little bit, I head off to explore the Caserta palace and gardens.
The Caserta Palace was built for the Bourbon kings in the mid-seventeen hundreds. One of ...
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Other places to stay in Caserta
Viale Carlo III, Caserta | 4 star hotelfrom $95
Viale Vittorio Veneto 9-13, Caserta | 4 star hotelfrom $80
Piazza Vanvitelli 12, Caserta | 4 star hotelfrom $80
87 Strada Sannitica Km 22.6, Caserta | 4 star hotelfrom $87
via Tiglio 75 Sommana, Caserta | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Km 31, Strada Statale Sannitica, 87, Caserta | 3 star hotelfrom $50
Via Roma 19, Caserta | 4 star hotelfrom $66