Hotel Cicolella Foggia
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of Hotel Cicolella Foggia
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Cicolella Foggia
Travel Blogs from Foggia
... a trendy piece of jewellery like an elegant ring or elegant earrings or a pendant which would match your character and is easy to put on. If conventional is what defines you, buy a more timeless set or piece.
While buying silver jewellery, check the general workmanship and see to it that the silver is not stained. You can likewise discover silver jewellery with valuable gems connected which include gleaming colours to your silver. You can ...
... in the late afternoon after a fun-filled and frenetic morning as I talked about in the previous blog. We made our way from Rome to Foggia on the high-speed train. This baby cuts through the countryside at about 150mph—quite the experience. The first two hours we covered the most ground. The last hour was less high speed and more rocking, swaying and jostling speed (made me a bit motion sick). In any case we arrived ...
Lots to report today. We had one of our best rides yet along the coast from Peschici to Manttinata through Gargano Park. Lots of rolling hills, little traffic and beautiful vistas. Between Manttinata and Manfredonia, our final destination for the day, there only two routes. One is a 2 km tunnel, closed to bikes, and the other is a mountainous road with many switchbacks. Unfortunately the local police had closed the road for a car race. We used ...
... The waves made a loud bang when they hit the ship. It sounded like thunder. Fortunately, I didn't get sick and slept well. However, Toni got sea sick. Another fun event on the ship is when we come into a port and dock and again when we leave a port. Most passengers, that have a balcony, come out and those that don't go up on the top floors to watch this event. If there is another ship at the port all the passengers wave to one another. It is dorky but ...
... up that way more than once. We could have driven around San Severo for an hour and still not found our way back to the fountain. So, we kept driving and driving and driving to the next town, though we certainly liked the looks of San Severo much more than Foggia. I took pictures out the window along the way of vineyards, abandoned houses, and windmills. To give everyone an idea of what the fountain looked like, ...