Grand Hotel Vanvitelli
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
... 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 ...
... were just about lifelong friends, and in conversation, it transpired that the delightful old lady who'd initiated this was his mother!
The drive from Almalfi to Positano was a repeat of the drive from Solerno to Amalfi.
Fortunately, the Italian authorities, to their credit, have initiated a one way road system on the only road through Positano. Once you turn off the "main" road, you twist and turn every 20-30m down hairpin ...
... which was quite clearly painted on the side of the 'boat'. I asked him how long the travel was to the restaurant and he said 20 mins. When I told him we were expecting a bigger boat, he said no only ’piccillo' boat! Bugger me, the thing could only just fit the four of us, there wasn't a life jacket to be seen, it was pitch black out on the Mediterranean and he was expecting us to jump in and head round the coast for 20 mins or so. Needless to say ...
... even if they make me look silly.
We have travelled on down the coast to the Cilento Peninsula which is quite barren but the water is beautiful...except for the persistent and annoying Italian way of using each area as profit making and carving it up into unsightly deckchair covered, littered mini 'holiday camps' and charging you for breathing the air. we think we might head over to the Puglia coast a little earlier than planned, hoping for some more sites to see...