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... Caserta is not only a major tourist attraction, it’s also the seat of Caserta Province… which means that my Superhike has now spanned 3 provinces! This is definitely going to be the Superhike to beat. Dusk is approaching but I go ahead and head west a little ways where I soon find myself in a very ordinary town called Casagiove. Here my option for a video clip is a trash strewn field with some houses in the back. But I do have a very ...
... was a bit subdued and we couldn't make head or tail of his directions to the mountain. I think we just freak out with driving and all other skills and common sense switch off.
Went off the wrong exit but still found signs to the mountain, the roads were big enough for a small car one way, but again we were confronted with oncoming traffic, blind corners, not the way we wanted our morning to start.
We found the mountain,,,, ...
... ago. It's hard to describe it so I put up some pictures.
What I did learn is that you should be able to see all of the main attractions in Rome in about two full days. So, if anyone is heading to Rome soon, two full days there should be more than enough. I think it would be better to go explore other parts of Italy after that. Don't take that the wrong way, it was a lot of fun. Onto Greece!
Today is our day trip to Pompei. We have to get up at 6am to catch a train to Piazza del Popolo to meet up with our tour guide, who is waiting for us under the obelisk. Easy enough to find. We jump on a smaller air conditioned mini bus with 15 other people, bound for Mount Vesuvius first to climb the volcano which was responsible for destroying the city of Pompei, wedged between the ocean and the volcanos angry feet. The entry to ...
... is clearing up. In that moment, however, I was tired and aching so we returned to the train station to try to bring our return train trip forward, which turned out not to be possible. With four hours to spare we explored the possibility of taking the Metro out to Pompeii. We could see Mt Vesuvius from Naples, and wanted to get closer to the historical site of the devastating volcano (we noticed that a lot of cars here are covered in dust, so we assume the volcano has been ...