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... of volume, the palace is the largest royal residence in the world with over 2 million cubic metres and covering an area of about 47,000 square metres.
The political and social model for the palace was the palace of Versailles which, solved similar problems of assembling and providing for king, court and government in a massive building ...
... Pai, which I absolutely did. I had the same feeling as I had in Byron Bay, where I ended up staying twice as long as I inteded. I'd decide to stay in a guesthouse that the American Bryan, Michael, Kaela and Vinodh (who I'd met in Chiang Mai) had told me they were going to stay at. It was one of those super sociable hostels with great staff and an amazing vibe. That first day I rented a pushbike as I was too scared to rent a scooter (and ofcourse also because I wanted to live up ...
... strong! They took pity on me and allowed me to add a little water and sugar and then it was much better! I certainly eat well here!
The hotel I am staying at is near to the factory, in fact I can see the factory from my window. The staff have been so lovely and have been patient with me even though I know extremely little Italian. We get by with a lot of hand gestures and plenty of 'grazie!' from me. The food is fantastic but the portions are huge, I think ...
Day 066: 2 hours, 4.2 kms—25.2 kms
Right north or Marcianise is Cappodise, and it doesn't take me long to follow it’s old narrow streets to the edge of the town and on to open countryside once again. Way off in the darkness somewhere is my goal: Caserta.
I want to keep going. I started out this day with the goal of reaching Caserta and it would be a ...
We took a flyer on a hill town that I saw a picture of in a guidebook. Sant'Agata dei Goti in the province of Benevento seemed like it might satisfy our need to find a good medieval hill town. Wow, did we ever score!
We arrived by bus, had a quick discussion and then broke into small groups with the instructions to go, discover and report. By the time that it was all over, students had managed guided tours of Romanesque and Gothic churches, had ...