Il Casale di Rodolfo
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... nights storm is too much for beach goers. The we made the classic mistake of waiting too long for lunch break and now everything is closed for siesta. Another drive into town to see if we can find anything open. We know there is a McDonald's in the next town as we went there for snack and a coffee earlier today. I needed a cafe. Interestingly there is only one size when you order at McDonald's here. Gil got a milk shake and it was practically tiny. No small, ...
... to J-P in one way or another, and some of whom remembered his last visit 32 years ago, in 1981. He was 12 years old at the time. We all ate like kings everyday and were showered generosity by the likes of which we had rarely seen. The people of Guarderfiera (as well as Italians in general) are a very passionate group who value family more than anything else. So when the rare opportunity comes ...
... on the other,
with only a low retaining wall preventing you from plunging a few
hundred feet to oblivion. And the traffic. We spent half the trip
pulling over to let other vehicles pass by. And the other half
negotiating blind corners, narrow bridges, and crowded villages. Not the
most pleasant of drives. Julie spent the bulk of the trip with her eyes
Once we were past Salerno, ...
... the view from here is almost even MORE breathtaking than the other side. There is a near valley, all fully contained within Castilgione a Casauria, that is ringed by the roads both in the center of town and on the outer access to nearby Torre de' Passeri and Tocco da Casauria. Further out is a clear vantage of Tocco sitting on the far hill, with hills and valleys all around. I don't think words can do it any justice; I hope the pictures convey the true beauty. ...
Not a great start to the day. Sarah started vomiting this morning at about 6am and was pretty crook all day long. We couldn't delay leaving Pompeii any longer though, as we had already had to forego our trip to the Amalfi coast, but we are due in Venice on Monday. The idea was to hit the road in the hope that Sarah would sleep in the car but it turned out that we made very slow progress, having to stop every ...
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed