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

Day 5 Leaving Croatia

A travel blog entry by baretto on Aug 12, 2015

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... got up to 24 knots and the seas got much bigger, I kept thinking that you could surf these waves ! So we wedged ourselves in and felt like we were on a roller coaster ride at times. After 3 hrs of this we were glad to see the Italian coast. We arrived in Vieste at around 18.00 moored up and went straight to the bar and had a long cold beer or two ! Supper tonight was out in the town, plenty of pasta and pizza. 58 miles travelled ...

Bella in Basilicata

A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 20, 2015

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... all are, called Muro Lucarno, where there was a medieval church and a lot had been destroyed by an earthquake in the 1980's We left to drive about 20kms to the Nigro's hometown of Bella, another lovely gem. We were taken by Carmine to meet his 86 year old Mother and then he presented Kaye and Meg with a gift bag each, full of Calabrian goodies. We then ...

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 ...