Tenuta Torre Gaia
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... so cold.
Time to drive the toll road and the hour long drive to Caserta and the Caserta Palace. With the help of our GPS we got to Caserta easily. Found the large underground carpark with a little more difficulty but as Caserta Palace is not hard to miss as it is so huge we knew we were close. Once parked we emerged above ground to the massive Palace which from the front looks impressive and imposing however the gardens at the front are not ...
In the small town of Avellino, Italy there is a beautiful opportunity for a pilgrimage to the Santuario di Montevergine (The Sanctuary of Montevergine). The pilgrimage itself is a walk that climbs nearly 4,000 feet (1,300 meters) up from the town below. It takes about 1.5 hours for most individuals, Brett took it with a few others and I met him with car. Pilgrim’s Trail There are several local stories of miraculous appearances of ...
... Sites to see: 1). Arco di Traiano (Trajan's Arch) Via Traiano, Benevento, Italy 2). Chiesa di Santa Sofia Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi, 82100 Benevento, Italy +39 0824 21206 3)Teatro romano di Benevento Piazza Ponzio Telesino, 82037 Benevento, Italy 089 252075 4) Museo del Sannio firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. +39 0824 21818 Opening: Tu-Sun 9,00-19,00 The museum was founded in 1873 by the Provincial Council of Benevento to host the archaeological findings ...
... with spiced & fried red peppers, lasagna, and strawberries with cream to name a few. They fried up eggs from just down the lane for breakfast and offered a buffet of bread, cakes, yogurt, cereal, meats and cheeses. I haven't eaten better on this trip since leaving Basel (Deb you are a pretty good cook!). There's really not much else to tell as this was a relaxing break on the way to Rome, but if I come back this is one place I will be sure to visit ...
... di Aversa and depart by bus at 0730. The tour price of 50 EUROs per member and 55 EUROs per non-member includes the transportation, pranzo (luch with regional fare), and admission fees. Since we will be walking quite a bit during the day, wear comfortable shoes and a hat, as well as bring sunscreen and bottles of water. RSVP to IASNaples@yahoo.com if you are interested. Sincerely, Steve ...