Hotel Jolly Caserta
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... really knowing if we parked in the right place. Blue carparks, red carparks, black carparks. They all mean something, we just cant speak Italian !
So parked the car and with map in hand walked to our hotel. We met Roberto who booked us in, then he went back with Steve to pick up the car and he showed us where to park,
XX Septembre Square. ( 20th September Square - something to do with the war) We could park at this square for ...
... it decided to go off! The views were amazing and you can look straight across to Sorrento and the islands, over to Naples and down onto Herculaneum. In fact when we were driving along the autostrada back to Naples today, it was so clear that you could see where the lava had flowed down the side of Vesuvius to Herculaneum. Something to consider seeing that modern Naples is only 9 km from the Vesuvius Crater. After our ...
... time ago—so I ate too many nuts!
Dinner was at a nice restaurant a short walk away. The mixed starter was lovely—salami, prosciutto, deep fried potatoes with cheese, deep fried doughy thingy (?!), a bruschetta, and buffalo mozzarella. We also got a green salad, maybe the first one I'vehad the whole tour! Then they served us a large slice of margarita pizza, followed by 2 different kinds of pasta (so if pizza is included, it ...
... had many more “close calls” with other cars on the way down.
The rest of the ride was the same. Yelling, honking, swerving, speeding… the normal Italian thing we guess. As we approached the toll booth again, I whispered to Dilyara “Taxi Man versus toll booth…round 2”. About 10 seconds after I said that the taxi driver slammed on the brakes of the car. The gate to allow cars in to pay had almost shut on top of the car and ...
... best and most valuable statues moved here and put on display in 1801. Political wrangling by the governor of Naples managed to avoid these being taken by Napoleanic forces. This was also the time when most of the antiquities from Pompei and Herculaneum were moved here as well. The next king in line, added the secret room which increased the popularity of the royal museum. During WWII the collection was moved several times for protection from bombs, ending up at the Vatican. They ...