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... a late dinner, we were surprised to find that most of the town streets were blocked to traffic and a band was playing, It appeared that the entire town had come out for a grand celebration (including fireworks) - come to find out it was a funeral! Peschici has lots of little surprises.
It's so relaxing we decided not to venture too far – the town and it's colorful people are entertainment enough. Our room is steps from ...
MORE PICTURES TO COME! We awoke to clear skies, dew om the fields and 13 degrees (55F)! Our detination today was the Adriatic Sea and the Gargano Peninsula, but we had to cross the "lower leg" of Italy (if one thinks of Italy as a leg and foot kicking a ball). We were did not know what to expect of the mountainous interior of Basilicata. Remote and relatively unfrequented by tourists, the guidebooks had very little to say. We found the area quite ...
... mountain water cascading down in all directions, some 200+ metres. The noise was defending, and the spray so refreshing - another fantastic stop, and a beautiful example of Mother Nature at her best. After a morning of being awed by Mother Nature, we arrived in the largest town in the valley, and we guess the one the valley is named after - Aosta. Apart the previous facts listed, Aosta is famed for its Roman ruins scattered throughout the town, thankfully well ...
... Monte Sant'Angelo. It is a cute town at the top of a hill which is known for it's shrine dedicated to the Arcangel Michael. There is a Basilica built in the 13th century with a sanctuary developed around a location in a cave where Michael is said to have appeared several times in 490. It has been an important pilgrimage site since the middle ages.
Lunch in the town was probably the highlight of ...
... est oblond, le sentier est marqué et délimité a droite et à gauche par des cailloux granitiques, comme sur un autoroute nous suivons la trame de ce sentier, le vent se faisant plus présent . l éte doit etre torride ici car pas d'ombres et l on doit chauffer , bruler sur place ,à mort, par la chaleur dégagée des pierres sèches . Les paysans ont du enlever pierre par pierre pour pouvoir cultiver sur sol plat les pommes de terre par exemple.!!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed