Hotel Europa Caserta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... slides, stuff with ricotta mixture and closed it with a toothpick. Pour into the flour , into beaten eggs and for last into breadcrumbs. Deep fry in vegetable oil. Crocche’ di patate ---------------------- 4 mid to large sized /1kg. Potatoes 2/3 eggs (white and yolk separately) 100 gr Parmigiano Salt Pepper Parsley (optional) Vegetable oil to fry Bread crumbs Mozzarella or cheese or smoked provola Salami chopped (optional) ...
... found ourselves transported back to 79 AD. We couldn't believe the access we had to the ruins of old Pompeii. Throughout our visit we would exclaim at this and wonder just how well the city is being preserved. We've discovered online that there have been many funding and conservation issues since Pompeii was uncovered and turned into a major tourist destination.
When Mount Vesuvius exploded in 79 AD the 163 acre city of Pompeii had a population of about ...
... so we were able to sneak away from the group for few minutes into a small continental store and indulge. Annette's words Devine, creamy, smooth and fresh. A real highlight to our palates. Next we arrived in Naples. It's the second biggest port in Italy and it is visited by over a 1000 cruise ships a year and over a million visitors a year. The city has over 1.2 million people living in it making it the 3rd largest city in Italy. It's was the first place in Italy to produce ...
After being in Perugia, I returned to Arnara for a couple days before my program started. On Tuesday, Riccardo, Francesca and I went to Caserta for the day. The area around Caserta is very run down. It was sad to see such a magnificent unbelievable palace surrounded by so much graffiti. The palace was breathtakingly beautiful and grand. It would be so cool to see the palace back in the 1700s when it was vibrant and not just a dead ruin for people to see. The ...
... I saw production of a Taste The Difference passata which is a brand new product and launches in store on the 1st November. It looked and smelt very tasty so I'll definitely be checking it out when I get back to England. The second site was not in production as it does only tomatoes but it was interesting to see the equipment regardless. The tomatoes go through many washing and sorting steps (both manually and with ...