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Travel Blogs from Pescara
... has it that this
is the house in which Mary first prayed the Magnificat, in which Jesus
grew to manhood, and in which the Holy Family lived. Enjoy lunch before
we make our way to Assisi, the hometown of St. Francis, the patron saint
of animals and the environment, and the founder of the Franciscan
Order. We arrive in time for dinner at our ...
... a lovely white wine. I must say we are getting "travel weary" and tired of seeing each other in the same clothes! Tomorrow we have a fairly long drive from Pescara on the east coast, down south for about an hour before cutting across to the west coast to the city of Salermo on the Amalfi Coast. GPS says 3 hours 37 minutes....we'll sse. That will be the last long drive. Off to dinner ...
This city is Italy's window on Croatia. The city of Split is across the water and a ferry boat ride away. The Adriatic is quite lovely. It has the same lovely blues as the Caribbean and it appears that Europeans, especially the Brits, come down this way for the summer sand and resort life. The city has a population of about 450,000 and is a blend of the sand and sun as well as having a marine industry. There is and industrial area and a lot of boats. ...
... then went and stuck a toe in the Adriatic before heading on to our hotel. Arrived safe and sound. It turned out this hotel is also a spa resort. Dianne has just gone to the spa for a manicure and pedicure and I will be joining her in 40 minutes for a massage. With all the driving lately, I am looking forward to that. Not sure where we will end up tomorrow but it will be somewhere on the Amalfi Coast in search of some sunshine ...
... fuzzy the next morning. Kev suggested we go on a gentle 10km walk with him to clear our heads a bit. Although I wasn't that keen, it turned out to be a fantastic idea. We saw so much. We walked uphill for what seemed like ages, right into the mountains of Abruzzo. The view was stunning when we reached the top. He showed us caves where hermits used to live, ruins of a castle, trees with bear claw scratches, old tombs; the list just went on. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility