Novotel Caserta Sud
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... salami etc., I usually choose a ciabatta, ham, maybe a hard boiled egg and tomatoes. Dinner has been pasta (which is particularly good here) entree followed by a couple of thin slices of meat and one veggie. Lunch is caught onthe run but today was lovely platter of pastrami, olives, eggplant and the speciality of the region, buffalo. Mozzarella. Coffee not so ...
This morning I awoke to an even prettier view of Mt. Vesuvius. The sun is out and the air is cool. I ate my brioche on the patio while Robin got dressed. It is going to be a perfect day to go to Pompeii. We caught the Circumvesuviana train to The Pompeii Scavi stop (about a 40-minute ride) and then purchased tickets for the ride along a private road on a Vesuvio (half-bus half-monster truck) which was a pretty route though bumpy and bouncey. The Vesuvio dropped us off at the base of the ...
So this is the final chapter of Italy! POMPEI Pompei was not what I expected at all. I was thinking ruins and a little town but it was far from. The town swept around hills and went on across the horizon. We spent over 6 hours walking around the ruins of pompei. Mind you those 6 hours went so fast. The photos are ...
Naples After a hearty breakfast we joined an early tour to explore the ancient city of Pompei, which houses an amazing wealth of architecture, sculptures, paintings and mosaics. The city is situated about 3 kilometres from the base of Mt Vesuvius whose eruption in 79 A.D buried the Old Roman city in rock and ash. What an experience it is to wander the narrow streets that housed shops and homes and provided passage for people and chariots. Villas, Roman spas, temples ...