Torre Di Palme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... day in Petritoli and the village was humming with life . The entrance to the village, known as Tre Arche, is spectacular. 3 arches framed by 2 huge medieval huge Roccas/towers .The village follows the typical pattern of this region with the main square, Piazza Rocca, at the top housing the 40 metre high clock tower (1831) and the rest of the yellow brick village winding down below against the rock face. Petritoli was a lot bigger than I thought it would be and ...
... into the park attached to the Abbadia and find ourselves among the extensive buildings which make up the complex and the associated Hotel Forestia, cafes, and information centre. E10 each gets us entry to the Abbey, and we do not feel ********e by. Everything is beatifully restored and exhibitions within are thoughtfully displayed. Aside from the huge Abbey church which is being decorated with olive trees, ...
... coffee in the village of Montegallo, and lunch in Montemanaco after a stiff 4km climb from the valley below. Then we descend through the beautiful village of Montefortino, arriving finally at Amandola, the towering arc of the Sibillini Mountains a constant presence. We follow signs around the top of the town, finally arriving at the imposing Hotel Paradiso through impressive gates, and up a long driveway. The proprietor welcomes us with coffee ...
... We have checked out the beach and its very nice and tomorrow we shall go and check out some of these wee towns scattered around this district. 9th September 2015 Got up a bit later and after breakfast we went riding to Portonovo, a small settlement on the beach. It was 30km of steep hills and amazing scenery. We had a coffee stop and a sausage roll and cream bun before tackling the 5km climb out of Portonovo. I don't think I would have got up the hill otherwise. This coast is ...
As we were coming to the end of our stay in Macerata, we took some snaps of the lovely aparthotel where we stayed. We'd also seen some Roman ruins on our travels so went back to visit them and discovered an amphitheatre used as a venue for concerts ...