Grande Albergo Potenza

Address: Corso XVIII Agosto, 46, Potenza, Basilicata, 85100, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corso XVIII Agosto, 46, Potenza, is near Castle (Melfi), Castel Lagopesole, Abbazia della Trinita, and Cattedrale (Acerenza).
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      Pietrapertosa, Italy

      A travel blog entry by margaretreilly on Apr 28, 2014

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      After a very Italian breakfast in Cheuti we then headed back south to Pietrapertosa. Stopped for lunch at Melfi. Finding difficulty in ordering food, etc, as they do not accommodate for English speaking tourists - menus are only in Italian and most people in the south do not speak English - or very little. Visited the castle in Melfi and once ...

      DAY 31: Arrivederci Sicily

      A travel blog entry by mcham on Sep 13, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... did make the local television news.)

      The place we booked for the night was the only "agritourismo" of our trip. Agritourism is now big business in Italy, with its own association - similar to Bed & Breakfasts. This particular agritourismo, however, seemed to be more "tourismo" than "agri". Although they had a few horses, a small field and a restaurant, it just wasn't very clear from the signage ...

      From the Mountains to the Sea

      A travel blog entry by elaineandtom on Jul 10, 2013

      21 photos

      ... store and Tom attempted to communicate with the woman, who only spoke Italian. He told her that his grandmother was born in her town in 1899. She understood and started trying to ask questions. Between the translating app on his phone,and writing on paper, we communicated pretty well. We walked outside, she locked her store and we began walking up the street with her. We weren't quite sure where she was taking us. We ...

      Finding Castelgrande

      A travel blog entry by tnardo on Jul 18, 2011

      28 photos

      ... Translation: “Come on in… I work here. Let’s see what we can find.”) We went into an unremarkable little room with loads of blue (birth), red (marriage) and brown (death) books on the shelves covering one whole wall. I told him the date I had for the birth of my grandfather, Giuseppe Nardi in 1858 and we found him in no time. Then, from the ages of his parents, Teresa Gasparrini and Angelo Nardi, and ...

      The Lucanian Dolomites

      A travel blog entry by moscit on Aug 27, 2010

      5 photos

      On our way back from Metaponto to Lauria, we drove up the Basento valley to pass by the Lucanian Dolomites and the towns of Pietrapertosa and Castelmezzano. The views that appeared on our drive towards Pietrapertosa were stupendous. And the towns themselves are surreal. ...