Albergo Villino Quintiliani

Viale Santa Lucia,1, Pescasseroli, Abruzzo, 67032, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pescasseroli

Jo's family origins "Sulmona"

A travel blog entry by rojo1

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... and he comes down stairs in the morning and sets the table for breakfast. He then returns with the food, we feel like part of the family. The local market in Piazza Garibaldi was full of home grown produce and we walked around it eating "porchetta" panini. We picked up provisions for dinner and now we are both about to have a cup of ...

Sunday in Sulmona

A travel blog entry by chipnputt

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... a mandolin player and three others. It was very relaxing., A falconry team also showed up and we had a show of flying owls. It was great.
Tonight we have reservations at a local ristorante at 8:00 p.m. as dinner is always late and they do not open until then. We hope and pray that you all had a blessed Sunday.
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A trip through the mountains

A travel blog entry by chipnputt

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Hi Everyone,
Our travels today took us to a small town of Scanno and Pacentro. Both in the mountains. We didn't stay too long in Scanno, since it looked like a rainstorm was on the way. Fortunately, we were able to dodge that one. Both towns had very tight and narrow drives through the mountains. We also touched through some of the National Parks here. ...

Sulmona.....home of confetti

A travel blog entry by chipnputt

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... that is just a regular activity for this holiday. It was really fun to experience the whole thing.

Blessings to you all this All Saints Day!
Rich and Kara

PS.
confetti was traditionally candy covered almonds.....used to throw at weddings. Now it is candy covered almonds and other things. additionally it is made into sculptures of sorts. ...

Cassino

A travel blog entry by kiri.geoff

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... During the fighting both the town and Abbey were desecrated and many lives lost including 343 New Zealanders and many Aussies, Canadians, American, British and Indian troops. We visited the war cemetery and saw our mens' graves which was a very moving experience, especially with Monte Cassino looming high on the hill above. We also visited the Polish cemetery and the actual Abbey which has been completely rebuilt to its former glory. The hotel we stayed in was in the town at ...

Location

This hotel, located on Viale Santa Lucia,1, Pescasseroli, is near Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo and Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo (D'Abruzzo National Park).
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TripAdvisor Reviews Albergo Villino Quintiliani Pescasseroli

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding