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Travel Blogs from Benevento
... by the fact that again we were out early before the street cleaners. We'll give them the benefit of the doubt, because otherwise it is a lovely town. It's now 5pm, and we've had a wonderful afternoon. The ship departed Salerno, and once out to sea a way it turned, and travelled up the Amalfi Coast, parallel with the shore, quite close, but not Costa Concordia close. We saw the towns of Amalfi and Positano, with their houses clinging to the cliffs, then we ...
... for a water tunnel (never built) saw an almost intact city then searched for treasures. Even today, hand excavation continues as only 75% of the city has been completed.
A pretty amazing place!
After a quick stop at the markets, where the kids practised their new found ‘bartering' skills, many came away with some unique, well-priced family gifts.
Heading down the Amalfi coast, camera’s ...
... Italian town. There's a wide pedestrian street with cafes where you can sit outside, several Roman monuments, churches, a sculpture garden, and a good theater with cultural events. Benevento, Latin Beneventum, city and archiepiscopal see, Campania regione, southern Italy. The city lies on a ridge between the Calore and Sabato rivers, northeast of Naples. It originated as Malies, a town of the Oscans, or Samnites; later known as Maleventum, ...
I can't speak for Amorette but this was one portion of our Italy trip that I had been waiting for since the days of studying Latin at Cumberland Valley - the eruption of Mount Vesuvius and destruction (or preservation, depending on your perspective, of the ancient city of Pompeii). After getting lost finding the ancient ruins as we travelled from Positano, we decided to head straight to Vesuvius and hit the ruins later. At times, I thought the drive up the ...
Our first stop on our run north to Rome was the ancient Greco-Roman settlement of Paestum and its ruins. The van park was a good walk from the archeological site and right on the beach. The ruins themselves were a mix of Roman and Greek structures and some were very much in-tact while others were all but lost. We were amazed by how many buses of school children from all over Europe (French, English and locals) were there. Far more school kids than adult tourists! As ...
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