Centrum Palace Hotel & Resorts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... which we didn’t actually want. The evening was lovely and the restaurant gradually became full. Italians certainly go out to dinner later. After this Toni drove around and showed us the city centros for Circello and Castelpagano – both very pretty, well lit and clean – lovely piazzas and so on. All is great WE JUST DON’T WANT TO EAT ANY MORE!
Monday, October 27, 2014
This morning we drove back to Zia Giovanina’s and with ...
... nice filling lunch. They weren’t happy that I could only eat about half of what they served but I am trying hard not to become sick from being overfed. Lots of Italian chatter, Craig is needing to amuse himself with his numbers and he is a saintly husband. It doesn’t help that there is no reception or Internet here – so back to basic basics. We were expecting it to be cooler but it is actually very cold – about 7 degrees. Winter is finally here ...
Today Susan and I crossed 1,000 kilometers pedaled so far! Although we are still along the coast, the terrain has become more hilly and much more rural south of Pescara. The shore is dotted with little fishing villages and roadside stands where the fisherman sell their daily catch. We stopped in the town of San Salvo Marina, got a beach front hotel room, slept on the beach for a while and then enjoyed another great fish dinner. Thanks for coming ...
... building. They work for the department of antiquities of Campobasso, and could open up the art exhibit at the Palazzo Pistilli , just for our group - which is awesome, since otherwise the museum is only open on Sundays. The 2 men lead us through the halls of their administrative building, out to a courtyard with a beautiful view of the city, then back through more halls and offices, losing half of us along the way.
... up, as the town gets drenched. We even see a small blue house on the mountainside get struck by lightning. I write in my journal, copy a few Italian recipes from a magazine I found and watch the rain fall. Mario naps. THIS is how you do siesta in Italy.
Around 4, we head back out onto the wet streets, to pick up Lesley and James for more delicious gelato. What? Two in one day!? It's ok - it's good for you. Then we explore the town some more, ...