Hotel Dei Cavalieri Caserta
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... streets, baths, etc. We were amazed at the craftsmanship of these people with intricate mosaics and frescoes. After our tour/walk (more walking) we ate at a nearby restaurant where we finally got a pizza. We ate outside under the largest wisteria vine I have ever seen. It's trunk was probably 1.5 ft wide. Taylor decided he would like to try to drive to the beach so we drove 20 minutes almost to Salerno. It's a ...
Up at 8:00 for our last breakfast with Nona. She was off to school today teaching and wanted to treat us to our last breakfast. we said she didn't have to do that, but she insisted, and said she would be fine to leave by 9:00. So another grand feast of fresh apricots and fresh home made Baba cake, the best. nothing like a dose of rum to start the day :)
We finished our trip with photos in the Nona's garden amongst the sunflowers, I ...
... cutting his throat. Luckily there was someone who spoke Italian and translated for us "ladies always first, if you don't agree I cut your head off!!". Safe to say we quickly learnt thank you, good morning and a few other Italian words to make her happy. We got talking to an Australian called Dustin, and then we were going with him and two Aussie girls (maddie and jay) on the ferry out to Capri. Capri was stunning island but there was a little ...
We had a later breakfast this morning after our later night last night. Larendana told us she was going to make us a Canadian breakfast this morning. When we got to the kitchen we were welcomed with what she called "long coffee" which was just a bigger cup of their very strong coffee, grapefruit juice, boiled eggs, pomegranites, tomatoes, slices of ham and 3 kinds of cheese and a large bun. It was good but not what we expected. Most Italian ...
... size of the place, it is still a city with kilometers of streets, with houses, shops, temples, city square, forum and amphitheater. Streets were difficult to walk on as they were just huge bits of uneven stone, (just as well no heels, tee hee!).
After 3 hours it began to get boring so we left the ...