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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... edges. Accommodation a bit ordinary with no hot water in the showers! Accommodation includes breakfast and dinner. First evening dinner was good but last night a bit ordinary. We did a walk to the next village Castelmezzano which also had amazing views. Took the long way back - very tired when we reached Pietrapertosa. Moving on this morning to ...
... coastal road - SP 18. The sun was shining by the time we got to Amantea. We enjoyed the stunning views of the Tyrrhenian Sea to our left and the mountains to our right as we drove through Paola, Celtraro, Belvedere Marittimo and Scalea. We left the main road near Praia a Mare and followed the local coast road through Tortora Marina and Maratea before heading on to Sapri. These were absolutely spectacular ...
... as many other ruins. Being there on my 50th birthday, made me feel young, considering how old everything was around me! :)
We arrived in Naples an hour later and checked into the Excelsior Hotel located on the bay of Naples. It is a Starwood luxury hotel and Tom saves his points during the year to use on vacation. We are paying for one night and staying 5 nights in a jr. suite for free. Ciao!
... is the only day we’ve left to come here.” I explained to him that I was interested in finding out more about Matteo Cristiano, the revolutionary who had been quite famous in Castelgrande and beyond back in the 1600s. Nicola said that the Piazza they named in his honor was right next to the church, but that it wasn’t possible to drive a “big car like ours” there and that it would just be too complicated ...
On our way back from Metaponto to Lauria, we drove up the Basento valley to pass by the Lucanian Dolomites and the towns of Pietrapertosa and Castelmezzano. The views that appeared on our drive towards Pietrapertosa were stupendous. And the towns themselves are surreal. ...