Hotel Europa Caserta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... talked to Ken to take us to Sulmona. Goldy, only mildly ****** now. Womby happy that he found his palace.
Out of the city and onto the country roads, was a nice feeling. We had to work together now as we headed into a new city. Map reading, sign reading, Ken listening. We had instructions of how to park, and where. Sulmona had rules for parking which we didn't quite understand. The lane to the hotel was closed, so we parked in the ...
... on the side of the volcano. Mt Vesuvius is still active, but I didn't expect much to be happening as the pictures I've seen make it look outwardly pretty sedate. So I was quite surprised to see that there were a few areas on the inner volcano walls smoking away quite happily. When you look down into the volcano you can't see any lava, it looks to be filled with dirt and rock, but it's definitely somewhere I wouldn't want to ...
... overlooking it anyway. You can take the stairs or a funicular down where they have deck chairs and access to the water for swimming.
We had over 2 hours before we were to meet for dinner. I shopped a little—lemons (well, lemoncello!) are the specialty of Sorrento and they are everywhere! Then I sat with Sharon and Robert at an outside table and had water with nuts and crackers. I was so hungry by this time—that fruit salad was ...
... way to the farthest point, then enjoy the view slowly on our way back. We made it to the farthest part of the crater in about 30 minutes. There we bought a lava cat and began our way back around the crater and down the mountain. We enjoyed the scenery and would recommend going to the top to anyone (just find a better car ride).
We made it back to the lot at 5, got in the car and began our way down. This was equally as treacherous as the way up, but ...
... twice due to earthquakes. We backtrack our steps to visit a pastry shop known for its Sfogliatella. It is cream filled, flaky, and definitely tasty. We walk the vibrant streets towards the Archelogical museum. This museum contains most of the items found in Pompei as well as the Farnese collection. Like myself, another great Charles, King of Naples and Sicily, inherited this collection. His son, ignored previous dictates that stated the collection was to remain in Rome and ...