B&B La Dimora
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... lighter selections, there were plenty of people there so we didn't feel we had to do our bit. We started with Bresaola, rocket and parmesan and smoked goose breast, followed by a lamb casserole for Laurie and veal with porcini mushrooms for Meg, we just had to have another bottle of yesterday's Montepulciano. We came back for a little lie down before going to a local bar and then a small bowl of pasta for ...
... local black truffles, oil and parmesan and then pappardelle with fresh ricotta, ham and pecorino, for dessert we had semi freddo and apple cake, we were offered a meat course but declined! The host was generous and gave us a dessert wine and biscuits, all too much but we had a fabulous local Montepulciano red from nearby Prezza. We waddled onto the bus and made it back to Sulmona for a little nap before walking the damp cold streets before an evening ...
... but we were blessed with sunny weather. Sulmona, south from L'Aquila, is in a valley surrounded by National Parks with hiking in summer and skiing in winter so shares some similarities with Bright in Victoria. Plenty of shops and restaurants so we chose one for a delicous dinner with a groaning antipasti table, papardelle of hare sauce, ox tongue, a delicate tiramisu and, of course, the local wine Montepulciano D'Abruzzo. It rained and snowed during the ...
... Ahem. Yes, you read that right. Difference number three - no more cabins with only a bed in them for me! We had a couple of hours to settle in before dinner prepared for us by the hotel staff. Each lunch and dinner consisted of pasta (prima) and meat (seconda), as well as dessert (dolce). Sense the theme in Italy? My favorite of all the meals was our last lunch before leaving for home - fresh homemade lasagna. Mmm! ...
I love teaching. Its seriously the best job in the world, and Lord willing is something that I would like to do for the rest of my life. With that said, it is hard work. And sometimes you just need to get away from it all and recharge your batteries.
So when we had a volleyball game cancelled, I found myself with a "free" weekend. As it ...