Garni' il Camoscio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a campsite just outside Pescasseroli heading towards what in winter is the ski station. The weather is hot and sunny and after siesta, we walked back towards the town centre to have a mooch around and find the tourist information centre. Pescasseroli isn't perched on a hill but is still pretty enough in its own way. It seems to be mainly geared up for the ski season. The tourist information was closed so we had an ice cream and headed back to the campsite.
... before skiing back to the bottom. At this point, I realised that whilst Karl was the same age as John, he was probably a lot fitter. Once we started climbing up, my pleasure at having a new friend started to wane as he strode out with no apparent effort at all, leaving John and I sweating and breathless in his wake.
He did wait for us every so often and we would stop to catch our breath and enjoy watching the deer on the slopes below. Karl had worked for ...
... after the match they picked me up. On the way to their house we stopped in at a food and drink shop, which Molly described as a bit like McDonald's except with booze and cheap food. And it literally was. Beers were in taps in place of soft drink and little sandwiches and olive bowls filled the back kitchen. Almost everything, including pints of beer, for €1.
Today, Alex picked me up at 11 and we head into the city for a coffee and croissant. She tells me that in ...
... the whole process. I signed the declaration, sure hope it was standard as it too was only in Italian. I tried to explain I was sending clothes, memorabilia and sweets (Turkish Delight and Apple Tea) the postal worker shook her head 'no' when I was trying to explain food. I finally read the translation only as clothes. Mmmmmm 3) visit Cassino Commonwealth War Graves. This was a very peaceful place. Set up for commemoration and contemplation. It was ...
... his wife are out today and the roads are clogged with Italian drivers. I have tried to remain open minded about the Italian style of driving. I appreciate there is a difference in culture but today my patience was tried to the limit. The driving is bad enough when the traffic is flowing but in a traffic jam, it is unbelievable. A typical Italian driver doesn’t seem to bother about lane markings at the best of times so why use the three lanes on the ring road when ...