Grand Hotel Somerist

Address: Via Vincenzo Cuoco 14, Termoli, Molise, 86039, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Vincenzo Cuoco 14, Termoli.
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Day 52 - Taking a Break from Touring

A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Oct 23, 2015

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... weather was a perfect 65 and sunny. While our scores were nothing to write home about, the round of golf itself was great.

We we left the golf course about 2:30 for Termoli, a small Adriatic coastal town near the spur of the boot of Italy. We found the hotel with only a minimum navigational delay. When we arrived, the wind was once again howling outside. We are wondering if this is not the norm for the Adriactic coast in the fall. We checked in about five and ...

San Nicola Island

A travel blog entry by jomole on Oct 02, 2015

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After another hearty breakfast we went down to the harbour and took the ferry across to San Nicola island, a 5 minute trip. The island is smaller and is dominated by a large castle and the vegetation is completely different, having no trees - just scrub. The only way to get to the other end of the island is up through the small village and the castle. There have been humans living on the islands since about 700BC, and the castle ...

A walk round the island

A travel blog entry by jomole on Oct 01, 2015

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Buffet breakfast (bread and jam and some fruit tart) and you think you have finished, but then two jam croissants are brought to your table and you feel itwould be impolite to leave them! We walked down to the pretty harbour and then for a short walk before lunch. There are sixislands making up the archipelago of the Tremiti Islands, only two ...

A private helicopter

A travel blog entry by jomole on Sep 30, 2015

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After breakfast we drove to the Gargano peninsula, which is a national park and is a mountainous area jutting out into the Adriatic. You can see it for a long way as you approach it, as it rises from miles of flat farmland. There are two religious sites in the mountains, around which have grown large towns catering for pilgrims who come in their hoards. We stopped at the first town, Monte Sant Angelo, and went to see the shrine where a ...

From Coast to Coast

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Sep 06, 2015

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... others paced the road. They had on various states of dress. All very interesting. Our final destination is a delightful camp ground on the beach. The temperatures have dropped as have the prices of the campgrounds. From 30 to 40 Euros a night to 16! Good for us. The campgrounds are emptying out as the Italians go back to work and they tourists start to head back home. We might have it all to ourselves soon. Yeah ...