Hotel Dei Cavalieri Caserta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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1181. Unfinished Business up North (Italy 158) San Marco Evangelista, January 2, 2012 Day 071: 7.0 kms, 3 hours I’ve been wandering around greater Napoli for 11 days now—my plan to explore southern Italy and Malta isn’t exactly going as planned… But I can’t stop now—I’ve got 4 disconnected segments of my “Superhike” that need to be connected to each other… And I have to reach Caserta, my one last ...
Fields Flegri identify with that portion of the land to the west of Naples, which extends from the tip of Posillipo, surrounded by the Camaldoli hill to the plain of Fourth and from there further up the Domitian Way over the fortress of Cuma, to the shores Lake Country. In this little corner of the world restless and historical memories, literary and artistic entire civilization are indissolubly one with a fairy tale. For this ...
... at any given time. Side note - we also had a couple of kiwis, some frenchies and a about 20 yanks
First stop was Mount Vesuvius. The bus driver, Carlo, did a fantastic job of weaving the bus up this winding narrow road to the car park. Occasionally we passed another tourist bus on the way down. The gap between the two vehicles was no more than a few centimetres, yet no contact occurred. We had wonderful views of Napoli. It did surprise me however they have built this ...
... out our hotel. We were all pretty excited to be right on the beach.
We put our things down, left all the parents except for Ms Williams, and headed into the town of Sorrento to look around the city. We took a city bus for 1.30 Euro and were back on the windy streets. Once we got off the bus, our guide pointed us to what has become a staple of each day, a gelato shop. Some partook, others ...
... into the cash only lane, we were presented with an electronic ticket and the boom gate opened... cool, free toll !
The highway A14 is a very scenic route. Hills like we never see in Australia. Wind farms with hundreds of windmills. Some 2.5 hours later saw us approaching our next toll, just out of Napoli. No problem we thought, we'll just pick up another ticket... Nup..
The first one ...