Albergo Hotel Orazio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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We picked up our hire car from Termini and headed south to the area of Balisticata to meet up with Ornella's (Meg's friend from Alliance Francais) Father, Carmine, we were on schedule and met him at 2.20pm and immediately felt like friends. Laurie drove with Carmine and we followed him to a beautiful steep town built into the hillside, we were soon to find ...
... were in Sephora near the Spanish Steps where there was a huge, unruly, crowd of football supporters, it was a little unpleasant, and they left behind an awful mess. We went home and returned to the Antica Enoteca for a drink before dinner, and it had all been cleaned up. After a pre dinner drink we went to Osteria Margutta, it is in a nice, quiet street near the Spanish Steps. We were all delighted by the lovely service and good ...
... Castel del Monte an UNESCO heritage sight. It is a huge modern looking original structure perched high on a hill in the middle of nowhere. Shades of DaVinci code as it has eight sides, eight rooms, eight portals etc. No one knows what King Frederick built it for, a mystery. It appears as if a building of modern design was just dropped off on a hill for decoration....., centuries before it's ...
fascinating architecture. convergent lines, very geometrical.
We hike around castel del Monte. Through vineyards and along abandoned houses built of rubble.
We are not successful to find & buy a streetmap of Southern Italy. Instead we fight with google to download the map via the Hotel's WiFi. Unfortunately this is not the only fight with Google: they think the access to my mail is unauthorized. I cannot get in, I have no-one to complain to. Who do they think they are?!
... we were actually on, we were heartened to finally see the sign saying "Castelgrande 13 Km"… we’re almost there! By the time we finally did get there, however, things were still pretty closed up. From lunchtime until around 5 or 6PM not too many people are out and about. We did find one old man though (who said he was a bit deaf, so could I repeat my question?) who directed us to Il Comune (The Town Hall Building). We ...