Bei Park Hotel Benevento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... been dormant for over 2000 years prior to erupting and there is evidence of earthquake damage in 62 AD. What an experience to walk along the roman roads. Large paving stones with raised footpaths on each side. At intervals along the road there are raised stepping stone for pedestrians crossing the road as the roads were full of sewerage a and rubbish ( maybe this is where the Italian people developed the habit of littering ). Pretty incredible to be on those exact same ...
Benevento is a historic town in the region of Campania, 50 km inland from Naples. It was a base for Roman expansion in southern Italy and an important stop on the Appian Way, the ancient Roman road connecting the west and east coasts. After being sacked in 452, Benevento was ruled by the Lombards (or Longobards) and Byzantines, and finally by the Pope who ruled the town for 800 years. Benevento, in a beautiful setting in the hills, is a pleasant place to visit, a good break ...
... buildings and political ones as well. It lends some credence to the climactic rant from Boondock Saints 2 in which the characters shout:
Men build things, and then we die. It's in our DNA! That's what we do!
And when it all falls down?
We build it right back up again.
But this time bigger. BETTER!
When I look at a modern city and then at places like Pompei and the remains of Rome or ...
Sunday morning, bright and early, Ed and Joni grab a quick and delicious B&B breakfast, and head to the train station at Tiburtina. It is here that we board a "bullet train" from Roma to Napoli (Naples), where we will grab a different train to take us to our scheduled tour in Pompeii. The bullet train is the "dash" referenced in ...
... Roman pillars and a Baroque fašade, with a statue of a pope reaching out his gaunt fingers as if grasping at the setting sun… I follow the city wall with arched entrances leading to the narrow alleys of the Old City neighborhoods. I follow one of these alley to… low an behold, a Roman amphitheatre! Well, almost… part of it has been turned into a chapel creating an odd mix of old Roman and ...