Grand Hotel Vanvitelli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Hotel Vanvitelli Caserta
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... a boat from Africa recently and is doing anything he can to survive” But no. “I’m from Senegal,” he tells me, “I’ve been in Italy for 10 years now—but I only stay here for 6 months out of the year, then I fly back to Senegal for 6 months to be with my family” What?! So, if you fly back and forth it means you’re here legally… so why aren’t you working a real job? You make enough money by ...
... bevvies served with the usual complimentary Appertivo's ... I love this. Wanted to stay here as a couple of Muso's were just setting up there mic's and keyboard etc for the night ...... I could feel a song coming on ... LOL .... But we had to head off back up the hill to have our dinner at a very nice Ristorante called La Terre. Walked back to Mamma Rosa's and headed up the 200 steps then fell into bed. As I am sitting in bed ...
... Jasper, you should do a Masters on emotions.
But Steve was excited to be off to Caserta and the Royal Palace, which is where he wanted to go to in the first place. *******!
We found Caserta and went around the city three times before we found where we wanted to go. THIS PLACE IS HUGE. Its just part of the city, but ITS MASSIVE. We found the underground car park, bought a guide book from an underground gnome , and found this ...
... You must spent 40€ at the restaurant for free parking otherwise it's 3€/hr. We didn't want to stay and eat. There was no way we would spend 40€ and the longer we stayed the more parking was. The waiter came to take our order and we said we were done. Wow was he ****** off. Just another victim to is tourists. They charged us a sitting fee, so coffee, water and parking came to 16€. As we were leaving Pompeii there are 2 main directions ...
... box as a gift and a hug when we left.
We are quickly falling into the Italian rhythm and had a large lunch at 3:00pm. We found a place called the "Foreigner's Club" that had a restaurant overlooking the water and another excellent menu. They also had a tourist information center there and public rest rooms It was established by the city in 1934 to offer visitors the opportunity to meet and spend peaceful hours listening to music, dancing, and having ...