Hotel Miriam

Piazza Minieri 1, Benevento, Campania, 82037, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Piazza Minieri 1, Benevento.
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    Travel Blogs from Benevento

    Day 10: The Vesuvius Loop

    A travel blog entry by superhikes on Jan 10, 2038

    20 photos

    ... running shops all over this region (and all over Europe) and it would make sense that they’d want to live in a community close to each other. 1205. Singing for a Lonely Immigrant (Italy 182) San Guissepe, January 7, 2012 Day 076: 4.0 kms, 2 hours For the next stretch I manage to get off the main road and follow a back path past orchards and old villas to the next town, the larger town of San Guisseppe. Here I sit to strum in front of a grand cathedral with ...

    Spaccanapoli! Napoli

    A travel blog entry by marci.copeland on Nov 24, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... was a little soggy, but tasty. The fun part was watching the cook in his white t-shirt go to the refrigerator outside the front door and bring in plates stacked with raw, smelly fish. After we walked back to the hotel again thru mayhem and down to Via Umberto I for a calm stroll down one of the main streets of Naples. After a short rest, we went downstairs for a welcome drink and yummy appetizers. Green olives, capers, salami stuffed ...

    Beautiful, Restful Benevento

    A travel blog entry by salaney1 on Aug 25, 2013

    5 photos

    ... it was renamed Beneventum by the Romans. It became an important town on the Appian Way and was a base for Roman expansion in southern Italy. In 275 bc, Pyrrhus, king of Epirus, was defeated at Beneventum in his last battle with the Romans. After partial destruction by Totila, king of the Ostrogoths, in ad 452, Benevento in 571 became the capital of an important Lombard duchy controlling much of southern Italy. It passed in the 11th century to ...

    Mount Vesuvius

    A travel blog entry by michaelbarnes on Oct 29, 2012

    9 photos

    ... out of doomsday. In a chilling wind we set off for the climb that luckily only took about half an hour to complete. Gradually progressing up a winding path we caught an amazing view over the Bay of Naples and over to Capri. As we were over 4000 feet above sea level you can imagine just how cold it was, me and my then smurf-like body slowly clambered up to top of the summit and you just can't help ...

    Corso Umberto 1 and lots of Piazzas

    A travel blog entry by aj.delacova on Sep 07, 2012

    10 photos

    ... abandoned. They were once used again during the air-raids of WWII as shelter for the Neapolitans (which my photo below shows three bombs left from that time). The hidden Theatre was once the biggest and most important of the time. Emperor Niro performed here in 64 A.D., presenting operas he composed. Because of earthquakes, wars and natural progression, there is not much left now, but the Cultural Association is working to uncover more of the Theatre. Some parts will never be seen ...