Hotel Dei Cavalieri 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 ...
Another lovely day and decided to have a taste of the Amalfi Coast beaches so headed out of Cava de Terini for Vietri Sur Mare which was incredibly easy and only about 5 minutes away over a pretty road. Narrow roads through the village however directions easy as just needed to head down towards the sea. Parked near the promenade with lovely view towards Amalfi Coast road, sea and up towards Vietri village. Had another delicious Italian icecream and an ...
... shots. We arrived at Herculaneum & found our motel. Looked a bit worse for wear. We were early so they let us into the parking area. This was a large gated park & this place was massive & our room etc ended up better than we thought. Then off to check the ruins & from Rell's photos you will be able to tell how fascinating this place was. We were around half way through when a storm rolled in. Lucky we ...
... Vesuvius erupted on 24 August at 1330 79AD. Ash and lava buried Pompeii by 6 to 7 meters. Thus a whole village was discovered revealing many clues about Roman life in this vibrant merchant city of about 20,000 inhabitants. Pompeii was just 500 metres form the sea but with the lava and ash deposits it's now 2 kilometres. And the city was surrounded by 3 kilometres of walls with 8 gates. Pompeii was originally a Greek settlement it was built on volcanic lava. Mount ...
Can't laze about every day and there are a few things on our list to do while we're in the region, so it was up to Pompeii today. Because we aren't driving here, it was public transport for us. I guess tnere are anumber of ways to get to Pompeii from Praiano, but we took the way we knew, back through Sorrento.
That meant just over an hour on the bus and another 30+ minutes on the train towards ...