Bed & Breakfast Il Minotauro

Address: Via Ricasso, 75, Vittorito, Abruzzo, 67030, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located on Via Ricasso, 75, Vittorito, is near Alba Fucens and Fonte Cerreto.
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    Travel Blogs from Vittorito

    Science Camp - Italian Style

    A travel blog entry by aschneider on Oct 12, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... away to countryside. The first hour of the trip saw castles interspersed with modern buildings, though these quickly gave way to hills, fields, and small villages. A quick stop for the kids to have snack and the adults to grab a cappuccino & we were on our way again, headed to our initial location, L'Ape e L'Orso.

    Inside the National Park d'Abruzzo, there is an agroturismo known as L'Ape e L'Orso (the bee and the bear). This place lived ...

    Holidays in sulmona

    A travel blog entry by rosieontheroad on Sep 30, 2014

    2 photos

    Back in sulmona. Car now getting repaired so with no car decided to go walkabout for a few days while weather hot. Thinking of going upto top of mountain tomorrow.... That will be an adventure...... Found great place to eat good pasta. Going in search of fresh fish in a min..... Cleaned rocket Ron up a bit...... Tony had hair cut. Managed not to get obligatory mullet that seems to fashion ...

    The Morronese Abbey and Monastery of St Onofrio

    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 29, 2014

    18 photos

    ... shocking earthquake in 2009 - over 300 people were killed, and thousands were left homeless. Rebuilding is still going on. In terms of the Abbey, it housed the Celestine order of monks from the 1200s through to 1806 when Napolean closed down the order. Celestine is a saint who was elected Pope completely unexpectedly (not bad for someone who spent almost his entire life sitting in a cave as a hermit), and for his (apparently) complete incompetence in ...

    Around Sulmona

    A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 28, 2014

    35 photos

    ... Porta Napoli. Most of the action in Sulmona takes place around the Palazzo Della SS Anunziata, where there is an old palace, a beautiful church, and the town museum, all linked together into one building. A bit further on down the main street is a medieval aqueduct built in 1256, under the rule of Manfredi. Next to the aqueduct is a fountain built in 1484 by Tiberti, and the very large Garibaldi Square is the other side. Apparently the ...

    The heart of my Family

    A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 19, 2014

    ... after 5 years! Everyone says, give it 10 years more, and L’Aquila will be back. There is NO ONE “downtown” any more. Nothing but construction workers, scaffolding and cranes. So very sad. We didn’t take any pictures, as Chris said…it just felt wrong to take any pictures.

    We got back to the apartment, and in true Italian mother form, Gabriella wanted to make sure we weren’t hungry for anything more. ...