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

      ... call, and then all was silent. I wonder if the bear was trying to raid the bee hives again and the owner was scaring it off. Maybe this time the electric fence around the hives worked and made the bear call out that first time. Actually, on Wednesday night the bear had gone back to L'Ape e L'Orso and destroyed all the remaining hives. The owner, while being reimbursed for the damage by the park service, was going to need to relocate the hives for ...

      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

      ... just about all of the laws Celestine had put in place, and then imprisoned Celestine!! We went up to the grotto (cave) where Celestine spent most of his life, but the Monastery recently built on top of the cave was closed. All was not lost though because the views were absolutely fabulous of the valley, mountains, buildings... You could even see the remains of Campo 78 which housed POWs in both the 1st and 2nd world wars. Garth is not sure ...

      Around Sulmona

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Sep 28, 2014

      35 photos

      ... decorated houses, loads of renovated churches, and considerable greenery and plants (especially in hanging baskets on the houses). After the most amazing breakfast on the roof-top terrace at our B&B (Il Marchese Del Grillo), and after taking numerous photos of the 360 degree view of Sulmona and surrounds, we set off for a walking tour of town. First stop was the cathedral which was seriously damaged in the 1706 earthquake. The main ...

      The heart of my Family

      A travel blog entry by jimbeaux on Sep 19, 2014

      ... the devastation of L’Aquila and most important…..family. Meeting my Italian family…priceless.

      OK…..she’s giving me the silent treatment AGAIN! *****. Just as we approach Rome, TomTom decides to lose the signal…..WHY?????? SO, she comes to from her stupor immediately as I have to decide, at 75 miles an hour (just to keep up with traffic) which turn to take. She suggests I bear right, then left then ...