Hotel City Caserta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel City Caserta San Nicola la Strada
Travel Blogs from San Nicola la Strada
... preparation less of an ordeal. We fill a bag with replacement lightbulbs to brighten up the dark hallways. We get a dustpan to gather the crumbs, and a plastic tablecloth to make dinner clean-up easier.
I also hit the bank for more cash, which will come in handy once we arrive in Rome. We also check out the travel agent, looking for information on getting to Sepino. ...
... Claibourne dancing to music from the iPhone headphones.
We spent our last night in Rome at a lovely restaurant near the Pantheon before walking back through the marketplaces, past the Trevi Fountain, and enjoying a last taste of Roman gelato. We all agreed that tonight was the best meal we had in Rome.
Tomorrow, we venture into Tuscany. We will be staying in Pienza and traveling into ...
... 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 ...
We woke early and get breakfast organized ready for the assault on Pompei. The boys were dispatched to Jeff and Lorraine's cabin with ghost mugs of tea to get them up and going and we had a quick breakfast before crossing the road and approaching the ticket office. We did not have guide book and had decided to buy one for 5E from the office at the site. Unfortunately the office was closed but as we approached the site a hawker was offering the ...
... my Overlanding friends these past few days. It wasn't until last night at the hostel in Naples that I got chatting with someone and we ended up cooking together and having a few drinks at the bar, it was fun. Today I'm off to Sorrento (south) and she's off to Florence (North). More see you laters :-( Too much of a good thing....I have found over my travels that variety is definitely the spice of life. I loved my time in Southern Africa ...