Hotel Europa Caserta
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... to survive. 1185. A Town with Almost No Soul (Italy 162) Casapulla, January 2, 2012 Day 071: 3.0 kms, 1 hour It’s dark, but I don’t feel like retracing my steps back to Caserta… and I know there’s another town right ahead, so I keep going, even though better judgement tells me I’m risking missing the last train like I did last week. Casapulla is one of the most character-less towns to date here in Greater Napoli, with just ...
... to be. Some marble floors were still intact and artwork murals on walls. I saw temples (they had a lot) market places, public baths, hotels, brothels, bakery's and taverns. It was so incredible. They had storage of different things they had discovered such as urns, vases, a dog cowering, and many bodies encased in molten lava. One man was found kneeling burying his head in ...
... I could to the sea floor, I started dramatically drifting upwards. I grabbed Andy to try and communicate what was happening, frustrated and stressed as the same issue has occurred when last we dived in Vanuatu. Unable to hold onto Andy, I started ascending to the surface, uncontrolled and without a way to slow myself, starting to panic as the chances of ‘the bends’ or decompression illness are high without a safety stop for 5 minutes at 5 metres, and a ...
... 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 ...
... buried in year when Mt Vesuvius erupted. The entire city was buried under 20m of ash and debris from the volcano, suffocating everyone in the city. The city was thought to be lost forever. In the 1700s a farmer accidentally uncovered the first part of Pompei and ever since then they have been excavating and uncovering what is a basically preserved city. It is eerie to walk down a street that is basically as it was 2000 years ...