Plaza Caserta

Viale Lamberti ex area Saint Gobain, Caserta, Campania, 81100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Viale Lamberti ex area Saint Gobain, Caserta.
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    Travel Blogs from Caserta

    Day 4: Caserta

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 04, 2038

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    ... 3.0 kms, 2 hours San Nicolas is a strange town—as it doesn’t seem to be built around a dense, historical “core” as almost all the others are in this region. In fact “downtown” San Nicolas is little more than some big empty lots and half-done government buildings. I don’t tarry long, quickly finding the road that goes straight north to my main goal: Caserta. 1183. Magnificent Extravagance (Italy 160) Caserta, January 2, ...

    Day 25 - Sooo tired but Pompeii was amazing!

    A travel blog entry by teleah1988 on Jun 10, 2013

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    ... as the line was huge. The meal was average and we got ripped off sooo bad. 21 euro for a meal, they seen us coming haha. We had showers and crashed about 9pm. I was bunking with Gemski, Sarah and Fiona. Such a big driving day but was stoked with seeing Pompeii it was unbelievable! We had to meet at 3:30am to get off the ferry and catch another to Corfu. We weren't looking forward to that haha but at least we will be in Greece!!! How ...

    The Latin Lover

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Mar 08, 2013

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    ... Latin lover title famous. From Casanova, one of the world’s most legendary lovers who dared to live on his own terms in the times of the Venetian Inquisition, to Rudolph Valentino, who was not only an actor but also a true sex symbol and the personification of romance for a generation of women. Valentino, however also faced a lot of criticism for lacking true masculine attitude, a charge also levelled at today’s would-be lovers. Nonetheless Valentino ...


    A travel blog entry by ashleen.moran on Mar 18, 2012

    ... audioguide (which I didn't) you really have no idea what anything is. It is amazing though, that these buildings survived, and even more amazing that the art on the walls did too. However, most of the art isn't in Pompeii - some of it is still on the walls, and there are some mosaics on the floor but the majority of it is in the Archaeology Museum so that was a little disappointing. Well not disappointing, it just made it less interesting. And then ...

    Vatican Museum and onward to Naples

    A travel blog entry by evanng on Sep 20, 2010

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    ... a stop halfway through and the staff was running down the aisle of my train cabin with a fire extinguisher. Popped my head out to see them in action and used my hand gesture to thumbs up if everything was alright ... and they said 'Si, si, no problemo!!' ... and we continued our journey. I was unusually calm.

    At trhe Stazione Centeale, I bought my ticket to transfer over to the Metro. No gantry so looked around for the validating machine but saw ...