Minotel Grande Albergo Abruzzo
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... kids are also on school holidays here so the place was packed but we only wanted an overnighter so all good. Just got Fifi settled onto the dirt pitch and the heavens opened up, excellent!!! Well we had decent facilities at least, good shower, pretty good food and good wine so we were set for the evening, aside from sloshing through the mud to get to the shower life was great. Up bright and early the next morning to head for ...
... manufacturing of wrought iron, copper, ceramics, Maiella stone, textiles and laces, wood, wickers and the characteristic Roccamontepiano “curly stones”.
Eno-gastronomic: itinerant festivals with typical cooking of Abruzzo, production of wines among the Roccamontepiano delicious “Vino Cotto” (cooked wine). Restaurants and ...
... lighter selections, there were plenty of people there so we didn't feel we had to do our bit. We started with Bresaola, rocket and parmesan and smoked goose breast, followed by a lamb casserole for Laurie and veal with porcini mushrooms for Meg, we just had to have another bottle of yesterday's Montepulciano. We came back for a little lie down before going to a local bar and then a small bowl of pasta for ...
... local black truffles, oil and parmesan and then pappardelle with fresh ricotta, ham and pecorino, for dessert we had semi freddo and apple cake, we were offered a meat course but declined! The host was generous and gave us a dessert wine and biscuits, all too much but we had a fabulous local Montepulciano red from nearby Prezza. We waddled onto the bus and made it back to Sulmona for a little nap before walking the damp cold streets before an evening ...
For a little variety and to remind ourselves of why we left the cold for winter we caught the 3.5hr train trip through Tivoli to an old country town Sulmona, the birth place of Ovid the Roman Poet. Our B&B, il Marchese del Grillo, is newly rebuilt and with a generous hostess Marta who made us very welcome. Armed with maps and directions we walked around the 13th C town with narrow streets and charmingly old views all around. Snowmelt was dripping ...