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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Seggio Vieste
Cet hôtel est très vien situé dans la vieille ville de Vieste. Quoiqu'on ne puisse y accéder en auto, un stationnement est prévu tout près.
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Vieste's beaches are packed with Italians in mid-summer. But when we arrived we found a peaceful contrast to the hustle and bustle of Rome. Today we took a boat cruise at 9 AM along the craggy Gargano Coast, marveling at the pretty coves, hidden grottos and unusual rock formations that make this coastline unforgettable.We went inside a number …
We left Rome at 8 AM, stopping in the nearby hills to learn about the Roman Emperor Hadrian, at the ruins of his monumental villa at Tivoli. An enthusiastic traveler and builder, his lasting legacy includes his great wall across Britain, the domed Pantheon, and his stylish beard.
Stopped at an Autogrille for lunch - chicken panini, …
... it was just a Sunday Festival. After touring the castle and taking pictures we headed to the grotto/ cave of Saint Michele which was our planned destination. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanctua ry_of_Monte_Sant%27Angelo)
We came to the entry gate and also to the realization that we wouldn't be seeing the grotto. It was utter chaos! We roamed the village a bit longer then headed back to the car ...
... town. With the sun shining it was one of the nicest days to date as far as the weather goes. Wasting no time, we changed into our swimsuits and took advantage of the warm sunshine. We had lounge chairs on our deck and relaxed for a couple of hours. We then played some cribbage where Jerry finally broke through after two weeks of Kathy kicking his butt.
... of the mosaics are taken. They are beautiful. There is also a relic of St. John Paul II. Then we went to Monte Sant'Angelo on the bus. It was up a mountain. St. Michael the Archangel appeared to a bishop in a cave there. We went to the cave. When we got back to San Giovanni Rotondo there was a St. Francis parade because it was the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. There were several thousand people. Padre Pio was a Capuchin Franciscan ...