Hotel Jolly Caserta
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... and boil skin on for approximately 30 /40 minutes. Once potatoes have cooled, peel and mash with a ricer. Add Parmigiano, parsley, salt, pepper and 2 yolks (reserve egg white) and stir. Form a ball and flatten. Add one chunk of mozzarella and salami to the center, and form the potatoes around mozzarella. Shape each ball in a crocchette. Dredge each crocchette into egg white and then into bread crumbs. Fry in vegetable oil at ...
... Heat surges blasted the area at the base of the volcano and ash poured down from the sky, resulting in a 25 metre deep cover that blanketed the region. While most of the artifacts excavated from Pompeii now reside at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, many ceramic jugs, bowls, dishes and other containers remain at the site. These artifacts are catalogued on shelves and locked behind wire doors, but are visible as a collection.
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... due to its endless supply within the region of basil, tomato and mozzarella and also symbolising the 3 colours we see on the Italian flag today. We finally got to Pompeii where we had lunch provided before moving into the ancient city that was destroyed by the volcano eruption in 79 AD. - check google for more of your history lesson. They said here in Pompeii is where you see the real Ancient Rome . The way it would have been like in the great city and through out Italy. ...
... and bodies of water blew me away. It was amazing to see just how large everything was. We took a horse drawn carriage ride to the end of the garden and then walked back. It must have been at least a couple miles. Along with the outside, the inside of the palace was so large and extravagant. Each room was its own piece of art. Most of the house seemed so unnecessary but I guess the purpose of the palace was to be oppulent and over-the-top. Caserta ...
... and then rollers remove the skin which goes off to be used to make the juice which the cans are topped up with. We went to a great chain of restaurants for lunch called Rosso Pomodoro (red tomato!). To start we ordered bruschetta with mozzarella; I expected the mozzarella to be cut up on top of the bruschetta but it came as a ball in the middle of the plate...literally the size of both my fists!! I love cheese and all but I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet