Grand Hotel Vanvitelli
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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3 agosto Prima tappa Brescia - Caserta 730 km. 14,20 --> Auto super carica come sempre, alle 14,20 si parte lungo A4. Dopo il grande acquazzone ci sono 26 gradi. Quest'anno Alice e marco giocano a .... Briscola! Due brevi soste tecniche in autogrill H. 20.45 siamo già seduti al ristorante a Caserta da Embé, in prontuario AIC. Ottima …
... during that time, it was meant to rival Versailles in grandeur and is one of the crowning achievements of the Baroque Era when the idea was that nobles should live in absolute splendour and extravagance. The palace is nice, with its grand stairways and murals on the ceiling (I only visit the part I can see for free) but the garden is an amazing sight unlike any I’ve ever seen: 3 kilometers of pools and fountains, lines by lawns, statues and perfectly ...
... suitcases. The last portion of the 75 steps was the steepest and Mariastella had to help Mel with her suitcase. Finally we made it.
She showed us around the apartment and where everything is on the map. She had me practice opening the huge door with the crazy key. Finally someone teaches me how to use the locks. The apartment is from about 1600 so it is OLD. It’s quaint and cozy and nicely decorated but by no means luxurious. It is nice to be able to spread ...
... to the underground part where the Roman Theatre was. This too has been built over. Enzo, in his research, had sought out the exact site of the theatre using Roman maps & descriptions and finally found it. One family had been using part of it as a wine cellar as well. So this family have now been relocated and their apartment used as the entrance. We went down to see the back stage part where the actors would access the stage. It was used from 4th century BC to 11th century ...
... Pisa and Genoa in its domestic prosperity and maritime importance before the rise of Venice. Amalfi has a long history of catering for visitors, with two former monasteries being converted to hotels at a relatively early date, the Luna Convento in the second decade of the 19th century and the Cappuccini Convento in the 1880s. Celebrated visitors to Amalfi included the composer Richard Wagner and the playwright Henrik Ibsen, both of whom completed works whilst staying in ...