Hotel Picchio Nero

Address: Mulino 1, Terranova di Pollino, Basilicata, 85030, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Mulino 1, Terranova di Pollino.
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      Travel Blogs from Terranova di Pollino

      Lake Maggiore & Lake Como

      A travel blog entry by ptpope on Oct 08, 2014

      65 photos

      ... Italy has a public health system, which she says works well but is very, very slow. If you need to get blood work done, your doctor will give you a prescription, you then make an appointment with the hospital which will be in about 15 or 20 days. Once the blood test is done you need to wait 15 days for the results and then you need to go back to your doctor. If you have to stay in the hospital for a procedure you will have to ...

      Off To the South of Italy!

      A travel blog entry by rnh on Sep 27, 2014

      8 photos

      Ahhh.....the south of Itally....speedo's, fast cars and lovely women! And then I woke up.....it was time to head to the train station to pick up our rental car for the drive to south of Italy and the Amalfi Coast.

      If there is one thing that I really like to do, it is to drive in foreign countries. I enjoy the challenge of navigating through a picturesque countryside or finding my way through a foreign city maze. For me, there is a real sense of accomplishment attached to ...

      Maratea and Sorrento

      A travel blog entry by willmj on Oct 08, 2013

      2 photos

      ... knuckles up to see the Cristo statue above us and through the village of Maratea. The feat of building this thing where it is blows the mind and converts one's legs to jelly. I have great respect for Italian engineers - not so the kamikaze drivers.
      On our drive to Sorrento we called in to Paestrum to view what remains of a 6th century Greek town with forum and agora in pretty good condition. We are in Sorrento ...

      Looking for Audrey Hepburn

      A travel blog entry by mjbolen on Oct 24, 2012

      9 photos

      Buonasera!

      We finally made it to the start of the Amalfi Coast. Three interesting situations presented themselves to us today. 1) A few miles after leaving the morning's hotel, we were flagged over by the Italian Federal Police. We dutifully pulled over. An officer approached me demanding something. As he was speaking Italian, I had no clue as to what he was asking. I gave him the deer in the headlights look and asked if ...

      Maratea - A hilltop town with a difference

      A travel blog entry by mark_christina on Aug 05, 2012

      1 comment, 15 photos

      Maratea, not to be confused with Matera (a difficult one for Mark), was a wonderful hilltop town that felt like an undiscovered Amalfi Coast, with its beautiful coloured houses, little artisan shops, cafes and amazing views. However what made this different was the white 22m high statue of Christ, the Redeemer that stood on the highest hill overlooking the various hamlets of Maratea.

      We knew Maratea and the South was going to be a different experience as soon as ...