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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... 8212;day total: 31.3 kms After Macerata, I plunge back into the darkness, hoping Recale and my train station won’t be too far off. Luckily I make it in good time and am able to take a nice little stroll through the heart of this town, taking a video clip in front of an unusual war memorial with a metallic sculpture that looks like a giant tail of sorts. It’s been quite a day: 6 rather uninteresting towns, and one amazing town that more than made up for the ...
... Italy 139) Villa di Bruno, December 27, 2011 Day 065: 2 hours, 2.0 kms Villa di Bruno is pretty much just a one street town, lined at first with Chinese shops and miscellaneous stores, and then, in the heart of it the typical family forts with giant arched entrances. But up one side alley I do spot the town plaza and cathedral where I pause for my parkbench concert, thus adding Di Bruno to my collection of explored towns. 1163. Being Invited for Coffee (Italy ...
... beds, cradles and original rich curtains and fabric. Were some impressive models in one of the rooms including the huge model of the stable at Bethlehem, intricate figures for a whole village and many rooms containing art from 18th century. Apparently some of the rooms have been used in films such as Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and the staircase was filmed for use in the film Angels and Demons.
Time to head to Rome and the last night of our ...
... and pretty warm...we had about a 20 minute walk through the town to get to the ruins which ended up being kind of a nightmare carrying our heavy packs. We originally planned to store our packs in the luggage storage area at the entrance to the ruins, but stopped along the way to rent a headset. The headset was a recorded lecture that explained all about Vesuvius, ...
... br> It started to rain as we were walking through a piazza and guys with umbrellas for sale suddenly appeared—ha! We also stopped at the oldest coffee shop in Naples, the Gran Caffe Grambinus. It's beautiful with separate rooms for the bar (all drinks), the pastries, gelato, and a couple tea rooms. I had a Sfogliatelle (shell-shaped filled pastry) which was yummy—better than the one at the restaurant the night before. It was at this ...