Hotel City Caserta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel City Caserta San Nicola la Strada
Travel Blogs from San Nicola la Strada
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 ...
... plate of delicious food. I have to say my first impression of Naples wasn't great as the area by the station is a bit rough around the edges. However by the end of the day it really started to grow on me and I'm looking forward to spending a whole weekend there.
This week: we'll be helping out in the research and development kitchen preparing samples for new products and helping with intake sampling. Fingers crossed for a dry ...
... like before the volcano erupted and buried the town. We stayed in a great little hostel that was run by a very friendly Italian man. They cooked up an amazing feast of pasta and chocolate crepes. I'm going to have a rather large pasta belly when I get back, I think. I've never eaten so much pasta in my life!! Make sure you keep checking out the photos. From your travelling teacher, Miss ...
... the distance from the sea. It is thought that the lava flowed so thick it formed a piece of land extending from the site to the now known sea. Visiting the Pompeii ruins has educated the four of us in a unique way-we now know where the meaning of the word "horny" comes from but it is going to cost you for that knowledge-payable to any of us! A truly amazing day full of education and amazement ...
Day 071: 3.0 kms, 2 hours
San Nicolas is a strange town—as it doesn't seem to be built around a dense, historical "core" as almost all the others are in this region. In fact “downtown” San Nicolas is little more than some big empty lots and half-done government buildings. I don’t tarry long, quickly finding the road that goes straight north to my main goal: Caserta. ...