Hotel Jolly Caserta
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
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Travel Blogs from Caserta
... street line with boring modern stores with parking lots. I keep walking, looking for any place to sit and strum and take my video clip—but I reach the sign telling me I’m about to enter yet another town and… nothing. So I take a side street south where I soon reach empty fields and start heading back. Finally I find an empty lot with a low wall around it to sit and strum on and a modern church to use as a quick backdrop for my video. ...
... next to his donkey and cart. In the distance you can see Mt Versuvius and you can only imagine how terrifying it would have been to know you stood no chance. The ruins are incredible so much to see and the audiobook was so worth it. Told by a girl who lived in Pompeii (ghost) it brought everything to life so well. Probably better to see it in winter though it gets so ...
... of no more than 1 minute per 10m.
I popped up at the surface where Jan was waiting on the boat, and recognizing that I was alone and stressed, he asked if I was ok. I told him I’d surfaced far too quickly, maybe from around 9m in only 15 or 20 seconds or so, starting to panic as to what the effects may be on my body. He helped me take my gear off alongside the boat, before climbing back on board and checking my pulse, pupils and general wellbeing. I felt ...
... 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 ...
... functioning drainage, spas, shops, amphitheatres and a red light district to shame even Amsterdam. The red light district was amazing. Penis' are carved into stones in the streets to point sailors in the direction of the brothels. Ingenious really. There is one brothel that still has the paintings on the wall preserved where a sailor could point to one of these paintings to indicate what he wanted to do to the prostitute when ...