Travel Blogs from Ancona
... with the stained glass window in the pictures) monks still meet every day to read a chapter from the Benedictine Rule, to take important collective decisions, to render their last homage to the dead, etc. It is the second most important area of the abbey after the church. The grottoes is a system of underground ways provided with niches that were used as cellars, they also served secret escape passageway to outside of ...
... br> The kids were really hungry by this time as they had only had a small breakfast. Draz took control and we boarded a bus back to the train station and on to the town centre. It was food at the first place we came to, which was a pretty nice restaurant anyway.
Gav was getting a bit jumpy as we needed to get back to the station to get our bags and then on to the ticket collection station, this was before you then caught another bus to the pier. The website ...
... and doughnuts.We then walked around the town and looked at churches and statues. We walked past an Italian Deli and they had beautiful food, so we bought a chicken to eat for lunch. It was delicious.
At 11am, we got back in the car and drove onto the ferry. We were taking the ferry from Ancona to Igoumenitsa.
... and going to the ballet tonight in a 1000+ year old theater and my days aren't worth recording?? I realized that I have been guilty of getting caught in this cycle before! I start a new adventure or a new journey, and it's so awesome and great and everything is amazing until it's not. Once things become common I lose interest in them, I lose the wonder and the beauty somewhere in the routine, but just ...
... or at least what we thought was cold medicine. I took it and 5 minutes later it felt like I had been shot with a tranquelizer, turns out it was a heavy duty sleeping pill. Sonia came running into my room explaining that I took the wrong this, needless to say I didn't write my blog last night because I fell asleep while I was working on it! I did have a wonderful night's sleep though!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed