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
... Europe. Still had a two hour drive ahead of us to reach our Best Western: Hotel Riviera accommodation and meet up with Dave, Christina and Ella again. Got to the accommodation at about 7.45pm so not too bad. Dave, Christina and
Ella were already at a nearby restaurant so we met them there. Craig had a nice meal of grilled calamari and I had fried which was nice. Back to pack as wanted to get away early as had been told that if we left at 7am the trip ...
... with stone beds and pillows, a larger house with a courtyard the terme, thermal baths where the community met daily to bathe and gossip. All of this in the shadow of the mighty Vesuvius which was really quite a long way away. The people had no idea they were living in an active zone. The most amazing site were the people plaster casts. They discovered holes in the ash and decided to pour plaster down them. What they got from this were people ...
Sunday we woke early and sadly left our large suite after a delicious hotel breakfast with warm croissants, eggs, yogurt, fruit, panna cotta...... it was yummy! I made a small sandwich with some of the meats and cheeses that were available. I have decided I like butter on my bread way better than mayonnaise. Butter is better! It took us about 4 hours to drive through the Italian countryside to our hotel in Caserta. When ...
After such a huge meal at Cecilles house last night, we rolled home and slept a thousand sleeps with such full bellies. A feast was put on for us, with an antipasto entree, two main dishes and two serves of different desserts, all very yummo.
We took off fairly early for Pompeii, couldn't wait to see it again. With all of Maegans travels to Italy, she has never seen Pompeii. They have uncovered 44 hectares of the site of which I'm sure we walked every inch. We spent 6.5 ...
... overlooking it anyway. You can take the stairs or a funicular down where they have deck chairs and access to the water for swimming.
We had over 2 hours before we were to meet for dinner. I shopped a little—lemons (well, lemoncello!) are the specialty of Sorrento and they are everywhere! Then I sat with Sharon and Robert at an outside table and had water with nuts and crackers. I was so hungry by this time—that fruit salad was ...