Hotel Europa Caserta
Travel Blogs from Caserta
... zip line funnel to funnel to save the day! And the fireworks! Pretty cool! Glad mark got to see them this time, last cruise I went alone since the kids were too tired and too little to stay alone in the room. We went to the pirate buffet where we had a little dessert and kurt got a turkey leg! Brought it back to the room for a photo and to see if anyone else would eat more since it was so gigantic! One more sea day tomorrow! Then time to pack it up.... And then the intense week ...
... broken up with the imposing Mount Vesuvius in the sunset and then at night was beautiful. Rachel and I spend a rainy Saturday in Pompeii and visited the beautifully decorated cathedral- unfortunately we couldn't take photos inside. It was too rainy to visit the ruins so we took shelter in a pasticceria where I had two cakes because it was too difficult to choose!
Looking forward to helping out with some R&D sample preparation for Sainsbury's next ...
... a blast. There were Marco Polo games, singing of the national anthem in honour of USA Independence Day, girls having rock throwing distance competitions, and girls teaching each other how to skip rocks. So much fun!
Tomorrow, we get up at 5:45 in order to take a cruise to Capri, and then we’ll be off to Naples and back to Rome for the last night before we head back to NYC. Time has flown ...
... had us snapping at each other for the long and confused walk to the main road. Arms were thrown in the air, we sighed and rolled out eyes.... We were very very mad. The funny thing is, in Italy... We were normal. Not one person batted an eyelid at our very theatrical show. So we stopped. We got on a bus which took us to the train station. There, we got on a train that took us ...
... There were cars parked on the side of the roads too and sometimes so badly they were taking up some of the little road room available. The speed limit in this built up area was 90 km/hr and in our opinion was way too fast for the conditions. It made driving in Paris or Rome appear organized and sedate! Our tension increased hundredfold though when we actually knocked an elderly man off his scooter. Fortunately we were both traveling slowly, as we were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center