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Went to Assisi yesterday. Said a prayer for Margie, Bea, and Betsy to feel better and heal each of them. The walled town is gorgeous. The skies opened up and poured twice and so it wasn't crowded at all. There were a couple of tour busses with Americans. Nice to hear English! Saw some Franciscans in their robes. We arrived just when mass was ending. A woman was overtaken with emotion and couldn't get up. They had called an ambulance. A priest (not entirely sure ...
... to J-P in one way or another, and some of whom remembered his last visit 32 years ago, in 1981. He was 12 years old at the time. We all ate like kings everyday and were showered generosity by the likes of which we had rarely seen. The people of Guarderfiera (as well as Italians in general) are a very passionate group who value family more than anything else. So when the rare opportunity comes ...
We left Sorrento to head along the Amalfi coast to a small town on the east coast, Termoli.
We've heard so much about the Amalfi coast we just had to do the drive
to experience it ourselves. Wrong decision. Don't get us wrong, the
drive is spectacular. However, it is also quite nerve wracking (hence
the lack of photographs). The road is narrow and winding, with a
towering cliff on one side, and a sheer drop to ...
We started Sunday lazily, sleeping in and getting up at our leisure. The goal for today was Tornarecchio and the Regina di Miele festival. The small town of Tornarecchio is in the hills above Ortona in the Chieti province and is famous as the honey making center of Italy. The Regina di Miele festival is a gathering of vendors and artisans in celebration of the art of honey in the region. Giulio had suggested that we pay a visit to support the little shopping area ...
... of rubbish, most of them with their contents spilling all over the place. It is just disgusting and such a shame but the locals just don’t seem to notice it.
Sarah endured her excursion to the beach for a mere 20 minutes, lying curled up on the sand the entire time. I took her back to the hotel leaving Mike and Mikayla to the sunshine. We were pretty much confined to ...
Other places to stay in Termoli
Strada Statale 16 Adriatica 36, Termoli | Hotelfrom $126
Lungomare C. Colombo 52/A, Termoli | Hotelfrom $102
Lungomare Cristoforo Colombo 50, Termoli | Hotelfrom $118
Via Mario Milano, 2, Termoli | Hotelfrom $104
via Cesare Battisti 4 , Termoli | Hotelfrom $82
Piazza Duomo 11, Termoli | Hotelfrom $115