Hotel Caposuvero

Loc. Caposuvero, Gizzeria, Province of Catanzaro, Calabria, 88040, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gizzeria

Tropea and Sorrento

A travel blog entry by jbasta27

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... beach I've ever seen. There are this huge rock cliffs with houses built into them with the clearest water I've ever seen at the base of them. The beach was very sandy compared to most of the beaches we have been to which have been rocky. We had such a fun time relaxing and not having to do anything but soak up the sun on the beach and figure out where we were going to eat. The food there is amazing, with the exception of the pizza in Napoli, it's the best food we have had ...

Day 13 - Meeting of Mods

A travel blog entry by moltomadmod

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... for cover in a coffee bar.
It was here he bumped into a pair of Polish bikers - Wojciech Jezierski and Robert Kozloswki - that he had met briefly earlier in his journey.
Last night in Lungomare Paul saw two Vespas outside a tiny bar and linked up up with the guys from Automo Salerno, a Vespa club of West Ham fans.
Paul was welcomed into the group, who were celebrating ...

On our way to Cerisano via Buccino

A travel blog entry by go_gifford

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... resort town that hangs off the edge of a cliff. At the moment it isn't the summer season so the town is quiet. We sat on the beach for an hour and Alex had his first swim in the Mediterranean Sea. It was really cold in the water but it didn't bother him until his legs went numb. We dried him off and wandered around the village to find something for lunch. Hanging out the washing (off the balcony like a good Italian) it started ...

FROM ASIA THROUGH EUROPE TO AFRICA

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus

... were dark due to dirt. Some tall buildings were only eight feet deep, meaning their apartments were nothing but balconies. Plants, laundry, or sheets hung from the balconies, so that walking down some streets felt like walking through a parade.
-----Churches were everywhere. Some opened to plazas, others were blocked by residencial buildings. The style of one church was nothing like the others'. There were Ionic pillars. Swirling pillars. ...

From the Heel to the Toe...

A travel blog entry by sntj

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... order to other towns, rather than the new areas flowing down the hill, in Matera, they climbed upwards. Over the years, Matera endured the change management sequence experienced elsewhere in Italy. However, the main attraction remained the sassi which eventually saw Matera being recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1993. Many sassi are now being restored with modern essential services and re-occupied [by the young and trendy].

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This 4 star hotel is located on Loc. Caposuvero, Gizzeria.
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