Hotel Di Rocco

Address: c.da Passo Cordone, Loreto Aprutino, Abruzzo, 65014, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on c.da Passo Cordone, Loreto Aprutino.
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      Travel Blogs from Loreto Aprutino

      Our trek across Italy

      A travel blog entry by ryans_escapade on Apr 03, 2015

      7 photos

      We left beautiful Pompeii and headed across Italy to the Adriactic Coast, lovely drive through mountainous roads and beautiful countryside although to say this was a pleasant trip would be a little deceiving. Not sure how many times we held our breathe and hoped for the best, seriously these drivers take their lives and those of others in their hands every time they get in their cars. Lost count of the near misses, overtaking ...

      Bed and Breakfast the "curly stones"

      A travel blog entry by le-pietre-ricce on Mar 05, 2015

      46 photos

      ... Villa Corsi, Hostaria di Pomaro, Parco dei Carpini pub and L’Asilo hostel).

      Summer and winter recreational: Saint Rocco’s festival, Saint Giovanni’s lights, Saint’s Domenico’s wolf and snakes, Saint Urbano’s banderesi, Saint Lorenzo’s nights, Saint Antonio’s bonfires, living cribs, characteristic dances ...

      Daddy needs a break

      A travel blog entry by schipper on Oct 11, 2014

      14 photos

      ... warm in Italy, I thought what better way to recharge than head to the beach. I found a super cheap train ticket and hotel in Pescara which is on the east coast of the Italian peninsula.

      It was a beautiful place and well worth it. A bit of a catch 22 because, as it was no longer the beach tourist season, a lot of places in the town were closed, so there ...

      Bolognese sauce

      A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Oct 03, 2014

      2 photos

      ... imposing, fortified hilltop-villages and every now and then plunges us back almost to the seashore. Loads of tunnels to zoom through... Hilli not so keen on these! We book into the Bologna Novotel ('you can trust the carpets in a Novotel') and plan on finding somewhere nice to eat in the old city later. Tomorrow morning is to be a day of Bolognese exploration before we head on past Verona ready for our Alpine crossing to Traunstein on ...

      A Major Milestone

      A travel blog entry by gianforte on Oct 01, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      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 ...