Hotel City Caserta
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Travel Blogs from San Nicola la Strada
... fought for their own lives and for the opportunity to become free men in this society. Cruel sport. We looked at these small cages around the arena and I could not help but reflect on standing many years ago in Nelson Mandela's small cell in robben island overlooking the courtyard where he chipped stones for years. Cruel sport.
We moved on to the Roman theatre with its incredible acoustics and ambled and stumbled uphill over the cobblestoned streets, observing ...
... We explored the city by our selves stopping at some lolly stores when we bought lemon flavoured lollies, we went up and down a few small ally ways full of shops and we got the best gelato in the world, it was made with real fruit and real ingredients! After this little stop and some Italian pizza we headed to Pompeii. At Pompeii we saw the old city and our guide showed us how the town used to work and how the people used to live. Next we saw the clay in casements of the ...
... Ultimately, the rain was a good thing. Pompei, normally a tourist filled Mecca, was rather empty which made sightseeing even more enjoyable.
After the tour, we enjoyed pizzas and calzones at a pizzeria in the city of Pompei. Brian suggested pizza since we were close to Naples, the birthplace of pizza.
The drive back to Rome was eventful with Claibourne and Christine taking turns as DJs and ...
... Trianon Castle Interiors The château continued to serve, however, as an annex of the Hôtel des Invalides (Mauguin, 1940–1942; Pradel, 1937; Verlet, 1985). Nevertheless, on 3 January 1805, Pope Pius VII, who came to France to officiate at Napoléon's coronation, visited the palace and blessed the throng of people gathered on the parterre d'eau from the balcony of the Hall of Mirrors (Mauguin, 1940–1942). The Bourbon Restoration saw little activity at ...
... customers and which gave the street it's name! I thought that after the owners of ancient Greece I might find Pompei a bit of a letdown but it is hugely impressive. Highlight for me were the stucco art and the forum. After 2 hours in the heat we were ready to call it a day but took our time wandering back through the site. In the evening we walked into the attractive centre of modern Pompei and ate at a very friendly pizzeria off the main ...