Hotel Ristorante Al Boschetto
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Napoli, etc. These stores are huge; they are more like a Kroger Marketplace, but much larger. The closest Carrefour is 35 miles so that is an alternative, but the last alternative because of the time and distance. We started checking all other grocery stores in the area. Minturno has 18,000 people and Formia has 40,000 so there are lots of stores. We checked Euro Spin, but we had no luck. Then we looked at Coop and Conad, In's, Todis, ...
... 30th May
John cycled into town this morning and managed to pick up a walking map. We started our walk just outside the campsite and headed up through woods on what in winter would be the ski pistes. We passed a couple of ski lifts on the way. At the top of the valley, we headed over the saddle and trekked steeply downhill to a lovely open valley area which had picnic tables and a refuge. After lunch, we climbed up through ...
... a man in uniform does big Ems. We jumped on the train and met an American couple also going to Cassino for the tour. They made us feel young( no smart ***** comments here please)! We arrived at Cassino station and whilst awaiting our guide we witnessed a bit of local Italian day to day life.. A car backed into another in front of three police officers who turned and walked inside, not even interested. There was lots of gesturing ...
... in use for over 2000 years. After sometime Mauro dressed as a Roman soldier walked up and told his story of traveling the road. Shortly after Matteo came dressed as a typical Roman and told his story as well.
There was info about how the roads were standardized in construction technique. There are several sections you can walk on the original paving stones. Most of the original route is still in use ...
... 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 ...