Castello Chiola Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCastello Chiola Hotel Loreto Aprutino
We had a room on the 3rd floor that was huge. The view over the tile roofed town was fabulous. We had a great night sleep. The only problem we found, was there was no sign once we got to the small village to indicate where the castle was, so we went down the wrong road and ended up down an alley that was so narrow it scraped the side of the car.....now, we laugh, but it was very difficult to back out. Of course, the hotel is right at the entrance of the town, but we didn't see it????
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... more than accounted for that. I think Italy has a lot of work to do. Once we drove past Foggia we started noticing young girls on the side of the roads. They were all prostitutes touting for business and they were along this road for the next 50 km! They must get dropped off as there is nothing but highway, rubbish on the side of the road and fields of crops. Some of them had chairs set up to wait in ...
Boiled the kettle (aka saucepan) for our first cup of tea. It's cold!! The rain only got heavier, so we decided to give the ride a miss and go for a Wienerschnitzel instead! After lunch we walked to another cafe to use their wifi. We started with hot chocolate and apple strudel, and finished with a beer! After dinner we chatted again with Adele and Trevor, then we watched a movie in bed! It's so ...
We got up early and did a 50km loop before the forecast storms. Was a lovely ride! We went over Passo Compolongo (opposite direction), Passo Falzarego and Passo Valparola. We snoozed when we got back to the van and had some warm left over curry for lunch. In the afternoon we spent time trying to fix the laptop, wandered through town and had a beer and a spritz before heading back to the van for dinner. It's bitterly cold! Bring back the hot days and balmy ...
... all the wonderful things we would like to buy (!) and found a couple of local treats including cheese and yoghurt. By the time we hiked back to the van it was 7.30pm. Where did the day go?! We had a platter of cheese, speck, crackers, carrots and apple for dinner, followed by our local Dolomites yoghurt. It's cold tonight!! Almost need to invest in a hot water ...
We drove on for 15 minutes to a place called Raiano where we had a fabulous picnic lunch next to an old hermitage built over a stream in a picturesque gorge. The food was really tasty and very Italian. Carol had a swim in the chilly stream then we moved on to the Abbey of the Holy Spirit about 15 minutes out of Suloma and on the site of where Pope Celestine V founded ...