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Travel Blogs from Potenza
... to look at, but no English subtitles to explain what everything was. Weather raining off and on. Continued on to Pietrapertosa. Although it was not far in distance it took awhile due to steep, winding roads. Pietrapertosa is a hill top town set in the Dolomiti Lucane and is quite spectacular. Amazing how these houses have survived perched ...
... to celebrate Shirley's birthday - fabulous food at Ristorante Delfino - ourtside the heavens opened.Day 5 - Tom and I started out early for Capri where we were lucky enough to catch the blue grotto - lying on our backs in a row boat - the entrance is not very high. Tomorrow we are off to Naples with Kellie - she has friends there. I'll post this now - our only wifi is in a coffee shop. Rome on Sunday - not sure about ...
... providential car who dares shed me a few kilometre bulbs.The coastline is more and more beautiful and shredded, not places to build a hotel, only the anglers are present on my way.. but it's rather me coming to them, to break this loneliness that keeps me in bad way.The autostop is working well here, I arrived very quickly in Calabria where a driver makes me noticed the difference in wealth between the two regions, it also show me the boundary delimited by a small bridge ...
... another. Clearly they were practicing the world’s oldest profession and I’m not talking bread baking. 3) We stopped for lunch in a small town and wandered into the first open restaurant we found. The owner of the restaurant was a motorcyclist and proudly showed us his moto: A 17-year-old Suzuki Virago in mint condition. He showed us the lights he had added and all of the chrome plated fixens, beaming with pride. ...
... Mark was very keen to get up close and personal and we spent some fruitless hour or so looking up if this was possible online, where to walk to and from etc. I had originally asked reception about walking to the statue, and they had shrunk back in horror - 'mamma mia, walk up the mountain, to the statue...? Yes, I suppose you could, maybe a car or taxi would be better?' As it was rather hot, and we had no idea where the walking path was, except for a vague description we ...
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