Garni' il Camoscio
Travel Blogs from Pescocostanzo
Today, we ventured out to find the national park in the Abruzzo mountains where there is a walk described as a fairy wonderland. We only have a description and vague location of the trail head, but we were determined to find it! And, we did!
It was a really lovely walk through a gorge and along a river. We only saw a few others along the way, so it was peaceful and quiet ( as quiet as we can be with these children!)
It takes us awhile to get out if the house with the kids, so today we are heading for a hike and maybe the beach.
Amazingly, we found the park relatively easily. It's Monday, and the park seems deserted. Where are all the vacationing Italian families???
The signs are very cool with hand-drawn pictures that tell kids what they can and can't do. All of the information signs along the path talk about each local animal and each animal has a name. ...
... types), olives, cheese. Tonight, we tried a new place, Dolce Passione, they brought out a dish with mashed potatoes & ham plus a medley of green peas, eggplant, & zucchini. We loved the spicy cheese. Aperitif is about 5-7 euros, depending on the drink. Not bad dad for dinner!
So, this is dinner for us! Now home and get the kids to bed. We will make popcorn tonight (our favorite snack!)
Tomorrow, we are planning a road trip. ...
... tour of sulmona. Mind you it did look at one point like a competition for how big a fat man you could get into a fiat....... I want set of horns like those to go on roof when driving through Rome....told tony, he looked at me like I was ...
... min a day from one end to other.......vs 1/2 every day plus 10 hour per week in house. Cooking lot easier as everything to hand vs wondering where the hell you put stuff, baking not possible... Bed so small can not spend night tossing and turning......bit cramped when dog decides she is feeling insecure.... Great views from windows Tony can reach ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed