La Locanda del Palazzo

Address: Piazza Caracciolo, Potenza, Basilicata, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Piazza Caracciolo, Potenza.
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Travel Blogs from Potenza

Boat accommodation

A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 11, 2015

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Assisi–Pompeii–Naples. Overnight Cruise To Palermo.

7.30 let, walked back down the hill to the bus, drove past fields of sunflowers, maize & solar panels, after 2 hours stopped for a comfort stop & snack

Drove past Monte Cassino, this area was completely destroyed during WW11 & large amount of allied troops lost their lives in the area, this is where St Benedict was guided by 3 ravens to the area to start ...

Bella in Basilicata

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 20, 2015

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... to their lovely home at the top of the hill to meet Ornella's Mother, Pina, we were made most welcome by everyone. We came home for an hours rest before meeting up with Carmine, Pina, Ornella's sister Sabrina and her boyfriend Marco. We went to a local Pizzeria and over ordered. We tried to have an early night for a big day tomorrow, 11pm was the best we could ...

Villa Giulia

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 19, 2015

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After Kaye did my hair for me, we all took the tram to Villa Giulia, the Etruscan Museum. It is quite amazing that we are returning to these places and finding them equally as interesting. The age and detail of these antiquities is quite staggering, and so little is known of the Etruscans. The boys went home for a quiet afternoon while Kaye and I went into have a look around the shops, it was lovely to look at but nothing we ...

Finding Castelgrande

A travel blog entry by tnardo on Jul 18, 2011

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... scooters or very small cars. We tried out a "short cut" and ended up at a dead end from which we could only back out. The streets were just too narrow for us to turn around. Paul did a great job in backing us out, but only after hitting some bushes -- we thought it was only the leaves that brushed against us -- leaving some pretty bad scratches on the passenger side. Oh, well. It turns out the rental place didn’t have ...

Go West

A travel blog entry by pajas on Oct 09, 2009

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... shock already has started to loose its stability, which turns the motorbike appear to be like a crazy donkey! I struggle with the question now, to continue traveling without repair, or to stopover somewhere, to do the repair.

I also recognize in Italy a significant cool down of the climate. I have to get used of the winter ...