Hotel Europa Caserta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... common folk rising up in bloody revolt. Here my feelings are different. After seeing so many poorly maintained suburbs, it just feels good to see such grand man-made beauty. Besides, if there was any snobbiness in the Bourbon era, it’s long gone now. Italians would much rather criticize and poke fun at their country than boast about it. So it nice to see this kind of thing here in Southern Italy. I take my time, strolling up alongside the pools, taking ...
Today we started the day by having breakfast with Vincenzo. The meal was the same as yesterday and we needed to get out early to catch our train. Vincenzo called us a taxi and we were out of there at 8 am and on our way to the Salerno station. Our train was a regional train...old and not very comfy but it was only a 20 minute ride to Pompei. When we arrived in Pompei it ...
... does it almost feel that nothing's changed at all.
And so began our day at 7am on the coach to Pompeii. After our rest break for the driver, and another unique coffee top-up, we headed down to the ancient city.
Our guide Raphael met us for an extended but informative, and rather HOT, tour of the ancient city. With Mt Vesuvius in the distance we learned that in 79AD the 4-day eruption buried the city. Then in ...
... worth it. Sitting in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius. It's huge. I had the idea that we'd be wandering around through a couple of streets but you are wandering around an entire town with a lot of complexes and houses very well preserved. Unfortunately they had most of the Villa of Mysteries closed off for reasons unknown (another mystery) and a few other famous sites with frescos etc. were closed off but it didn't really matter. The scope of ...
... hot gas collapsed, which sent an avalanche of lava, ash, and gas down the mountain at 100 miles per hour. This wiped out Herculaneum, burying it with 60 feet of hot material. The next morning, another similar eruption and flow engulfed Pompei sealing the remaining residents fate. Most who fled, and many people in close surrounding towns also died, not as a result of the lava and ash, but rather from the poisonous gases that blew in the wind. We start to explore the city. Looking ...