Hotel City Caserta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from San Nicola la Strada
... the 2-i ending distinguishes the ruins from the existing town), so we planned to walk to the exit and pick up a public bus service which would take us up to Vesuvius so we could do the volcano visit first. Instead, after we got off the train, we stopped in at a tourist info office and were able to book a private driver to take us up the mountain for not much more than it would have cost for the bus. Besides the fact that the driver showed up about 30 minutes later ...
... pilgrims from all over the world - at the table we shared wine, octopus and other seafood delicacies, spoke in different languages - English, Spanish, Italian, French, and German. Because of the much needed break in my journey and the suggestion of this pilgrim to stop, my plans were forever changed. Call it fate, destiny, God's plans... Alfonso and I were meant to meet and journey together that day and ...
Travelling in the morning to Sorrento. Lovely drive along a valley following the Appenine Mountain Range. Arrived into town at lunchtime. Tour group went on the first of two extra excursions - we decided to take the second only. First involving food again and expensive. So we went for a stroll in Sorrento to a look out overlooking the bay. Ate our pre-packed lunch with a nice ...
... paintings & mosaics on the walls and floors of homes, baths, bars and AL fresco's. Ended our tour and got a bite to eat before heading to of for our hour trip to Sorrento. Arrived late to our hotel La Ripetta and checked in before heading out for dinner and walk down the main walking strip of Sorrento for gelato and to see the Christmas lights on display. Tomorrow is another day of travelling (4.5 hours) to Perugia.
... lined with African merchants peddling fake Ray Bans and Louis Vuitton bags, the 2 XXX theatres on opposing corners, the washed up fish entrails and the piles of garbage, it's rather inviting. The frequent, reckless scooters careening between cars, merchants and other pedestrians reminded me not to let my guard down too much though. It's in this frenzied grid of alleyways in old town Naples that I experienced the ...