Bei Park Hotel Benevento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... is huge here! Maybe that could be my role in my next life... Living in beautiful Amalfi making invitations on gorgeous hand pressed paper. The Amalfi coast is also famous for growing lemons in terraced gardens and of course, limoncello - tried it again and I still do not like it.
"Under the Tuscan Sun" was filmed in Positano. Many famous people have houses and hotels here. If you are into star spotting, this is apparently the ...
We took a medium sized bus to above Sorrento, then a small bus to the port, where we took a big ferry to Capri and then a smaller boat to the entrance to the blue grotto where we boarded a tiny rowboat In which we had to lie down so that the boat could get through the tiny entrance. Whew. We then had tops five minutes in the grotto ...
... the 3rd quarter due to technical difficulties. Now back to Italy: Pompei today after another glorious free buffet breakfast! Espresso times two! Was a short train ride to Pompei and we were lucky to have a beautiful day to take it all in: Vesuvius, the ruins, the Pizza, the Peroni... Magifico. And today was European Culture Day so we got in for free! Lots of pictures taken of course. Back to our local Trattoria tonight for ...
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 ...
... size of the place, it is still a city with kilometers of streets, with houses, shops, temples, city square, forum and amphitheater. Streets were difficult to walk on as they were just huge bits of uneven stone, (just as well no heels, tee hee!).
After 3 hours it began to get boring so we left the ...