Albergo Italia

Address: 13 Nakfa Ave, Asmara, Eritrea | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Nakfa Ave, Asmara, is near Centennial Pavilion, Providence Island, and Ce Ce Beach.
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      The ancient city of Aksum/Axum

      A travel blog entry by kinruss on Jan 04, 2015

      25 photos

      ... tall granite stele/obelisk, is carved from a single piece of granite and was carried about 5 km from the nearest granite outcrop. Scholars think the they for underground burial chambers. It is not known when or how they collapsed, but some theories suggest volcanic activity or could have been during the Ethiopian Adal war in in the 16th century. The Italians took the obelisk to Italy as their war booty to commemorate the so called conquest ...


      A travel blog entry by italiancan on Sep 05, 2014

      5 comments, 4 photos

      ... So now we think we are going to try that, anyone interested in going to Seattle and heading south.....
      We also met Fabrizio, the only Italian officer on board, we had a long political conversation with him, he may become part of the NY to Bermuda cruise and if so promises to come over and cook a real Italian dinner , he is from Lago Maggiore.
      At dinner we sat with an army colonel and his wife stationed in Germany she is heading to Hollywood for a ...

      Shire (Shee-ray, not like where hobbits live)

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Jul 19, 2014

      ... the bus the next day to Gonder (on which they wrote my name as "forengie").

      He also walked around with me while I looked for a hotel room, which was more of a hindrance than help because we couldn't understand each other very well and were both confused by what the other was talking about.

      Thankfully I found one right near the bus station- cheap, ...


      A travel blog entry by kyley on Jul 18, 2014

      ... the bus, looking at them.
      Other times everyone has to get out, then show their ID on the way back in.
      The lady beside me didn't have any ID, which I guess makes sense.
      It wouldn't be unusual for her to have never had to drive, never had a job recognized by the government, and never opened a bank account.

      The old man and I shared some snacks- puffed wheat or barley and roasted chickpeas.
      When we passed near ...

      Kingdom of Aksum, The Port city of Adulis

      A travel blog entry by reneelevin on Jul 12, 2014

      1 photo

      ... mission to purchase the appropriate goods we will need to trade in the coming weeks. As the interpreter on this voyage, I accompanied them into the various markets where my eyes were dazzled by the most riches I have ever seen in one place. Everywhere I turned, I saw more wealth than the entire city of Paris could accumulate in a year!

      Although I could've wandered for days among the endless stalls and tents, we had to ...