Albatros Hotel

Address: via Luppa, Maratea, Basilicata, 85046, Italy | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on via Luppa, Maratea, is near Castellabate.
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Travel Blogs from Maratea

Train Time Musings

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Nov 26, 2014

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... for thousands of years. They have few jobs to go around due to the recession. They have a smaller land than Australia. They have a right-wing government. And yet they still take in the poorest, most impoverished people. How can we justify our sense of fake pride? How can we claim 'mateship' as an Australian value? ------------------ Another musing I've had is about the metaphysical connections between people and nature. Like what witches of old or strange spiritualists ...

Lake Maggiore & Lake Como

A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 08, 2014

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... of the lake. Unfortunately it is so foggy you can barely see the lake and it's raining. Lake Maggiore is the 2nd largest lake in Italy; it’s 40 miles long and averages 3 to 5 miles wide. Antonella tells us about a gentleman in 1932 who was being hounded by the tax man. He had a brand new Bugatti automobile and he decided to push it into the lake and attach a chain to it so he could pull it out after his tax ...

Lake Maggorie

A travel blog entry by knotts on Oct 02, 2014

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... We found a nice place for lunch down by the water and enjoyed a nice long lunch of pasta and wine. Tonight we are eating out and can pick from a few local restaurants that our tour director has recommended. Had a great meal at our restaurant - perfectly cooked steak and Julie had her favourite rack of lamb. Together with great wine, the evening was a success. ...

Discovering Maratea & South Coast

A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 01, 2014

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... floor existed but that did not matter. By the time we were to leave, the group had developed quite an enjoyable relationship that had expanded to include a number of couples from parts of Italy including Naples.

One morning we decided to drive up the impossibly steep and winding road to visit the statue of Christ the Redeemer. This statue had been designed by Florence sculptor, Bruno Innocenti and built as a tribute as well as a tourist ...

Off To the South of Italy!

A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 27, 2014

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... not-so-easy" task. Driving in Florence a few years ago comes to mind where the city streets do not remotely resemble a reasonable North America grid street arrangement!

Today, we when left our apartment to pick up our car at the Stazione Termini (central rail station) in Rome, I must say that I was a little intimidated. Having observed Rome's drivers for the last few days, it was obvious they made up their own rules of the road on many occasions. The only ...