Novotel Caserta Sud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Caserta
... a prize winning town by any stretch of the imagination. 1186. Hike in the Dark (Italy 163) Macerata Campinia, January 2, 2012 Day 071: 2.0 kms, 1 hour The sensible thing to do next would be to call it a day and catch a bus to Caserta and the train from their to Napoli. But no… I decide to do the very thing I deemed unwise just a few days ago: plunge into the darkness and hope I take the right road that’ll get me to Recale where there’s ...
... than a blocked feeling in my ear, which he said was probably just a little water.
Kair popped up after a few minutes, realizing that I’d disappeared from the group, to check I was back at the boat and ok. After around 5 minutes, the rest of the group resurfaced.
Andy climbed on board to tell me he hadn’t understood I was having an issue, but had turned around a few times before realizing that I’d disappeared from the group, ...
... of our stay as long as we had a gizmo on the dashboard.
Tired tired tired, but booked into our gorgeous room, overlooking the street and a church. Little nap then hoof it out for a promenade walk and a beer in the evening. So romantic I forgot I was ****** !
Settled in then off to the local restaurant for dinner. Dinner was grand, local restaurant, locals eating there, local owner, he reminded me of a Master Chief Character. ...
... t speak the language! The 2hrs go quickly as our guide amazes us with more facts of Pompei. As we exit the site, there is a Bali type market area set up with many vendors trying to push various tacky souvenirs onto us. We ignore all these and board our bus for the long bus ride home. The ride home takes about three hours, with our guide trying to entertain us as best he can with an exciting history lesson but we and the ...
... crossings in Naples (or Rome for that matter) fool you. Expect cars and scooters to whiz past you as you use the crossing; they are impatient, but they won't honk as you have the right to cross there. The only truly certain way to cross is by using the traffic light crossings dotted along the most significant roads. Tomorrow brings another day in Rome, and hopefully more of the amazing weather we've been experiencing so that we can visit Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps and the ...