Albergo Della Corte
Travel Blogs from Benevento
... day. I don't think I could work in a hot country, I would be permanently miserable about being inside when it is so beautiful out! Even though it is still so lovely everywhere I am in Italy out of the main tourist season and the place I am based in isn't really touristy ever. In 3 weeks I have only spoken to one English person face to face (and they were quite rude, disagreeing with me and saying they didn't have a single good memory of Naples ...
Day 063: 5 hours, 6.0 kms, Day: 29.0 kms
After Nocera Superiore, it feels like the road is gradually climbing higher and higher… which means colder and colder… and daylight is fading fast. But there are positive signs: a lot or roadside businesses which signal that I must be approaching a major town… and the sunset is beautiful, as the red colored clouds blend contrast with the dark ...
Day 063: 3 hours, 5.0 kms
A bit further up the road is Nocera Superiore—and here I veer off on a wild goose chase following a sign to some Roman ruins, only to follow a twisting lane up along the perimeter of the town, past farm estates and ugly abandoned homes… but no Roman ruins… Finally I give up and head back, looking for the heart of the town. ...
... behind me for a strum session, then on through the town… past its respectable old City Hall and spacious plaza… past some high rise apartment buildings—something I haven't seen in a while. It’s almost comforting to see some urban life when it felt like I was getting farther and farther from ...
Day 063: 2 hours, 3.0 kms
Pagani is a large, fully alive town. Here I decide to check out the Nativity Scene Competition—which apparently is serious business here in this region. People compete to create the most beautiful, detailed Nativity scene, many of which are actually medieval village scenes, with scores of miniature characters, blacksmiths, tailors, ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed