Hotel City Caserta
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the wintertime here. There are families and a lot of young folks, just chilling out together, and the center of activity is a large, fancy gazebo in the center of the plaza. Right down the road is a port and immediately afterwards the steep mountains of the Sorrento Peninsula—another “must see” of my tour. But now I’m heading inland, up the narrow side streets of the town, then to where city runs abruptly against the forested hillsides. There are ...
... and saw such incredible sites.
With the tragedy of it all aside, the preservation that has occured is so beautiful. The frescos, ampitheatre, roads, villas, bath houses, brothel, shops are so vivid. It actually gives you and insite into the everyday life of the inhabitants of the city. Most of the building and interiors are still so bright and vibrtant as if painted recently. We took our time walking through the streets, viewing the beautiful villas, wandering the the ...
So I was up early this morning as I had to meet the bus to Pompeii at 7.30. I got up at six got myself organised, packed a spare pair if shoes and socks, and headed off to the Piazza di Popolo. Upon reaching the Piazza I realised the one item I did not pack was a jacket, it was quite cool early in the morning. The Piazza was another work of art, with an Egyptian obelisk towering in the centre, twin churches at one end and fountains on either side.
The tour group gathered and ...
... While Simone was outside, she started practicing her Italian with a man outside the shop. He just happened to be the owner of the shop (which is one that Italian celebrities frequent). He was happy with her Italian attempts and offered her a free gelato. Of course, she delightfully accepted. We continued down the street, found two beautiful weddings that were concluding, some cute shops, a few ...
... of Frascati and Castelli Romani.
A brief stop was made at the commonwealth Cemetery located in the shadow of the hilltop monastery of Cassino. Here, we were given fifteen minutes to pay our respects to the fallen soldiers. I found the entire area absolutely stunning and peaceful as I wandered around the graves trying to find any Canadians. And yes, sadly many have been ...