Hotel Alba

Address: Via G. di Biasio, 53, Cassino, Lazio, 03043, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via G. di Biasio, 53, Cassino, is near The Abbey of Montecassino (l'Abbazia di Montecassino).
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    Travel Blogs from Cassino

    In search of the holy grails

    A travel blog entry by pat_melinda on Jun 07, 2015

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    ... no Multi Cheerios. We tried Cipi about 18 miles away, but no O's. Pat cut the front off one of the boxes and took it to a local shop to see if they could get them, but no go. We had resigned ourselves to a long drive to make our purchase when we went to drop off a picture to be framed at Orlandi in Formia. Orlandi has everything from clothes to appliances, furniture, groceries, and yes Multigrain Cheerios. They had nine boxes. We bought them in ...

    Barrea to Pescasseroli

    A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 29, 2015

    ... forest. A sign told us that some of the trees were up to 600 years old. Up and over another saddle and we were heading back down towards the campsite. It was a tough walk and we decided that tomorrow’s walk would only have one steep ascent rather than two. We estimated that we had climbed approximately 1300 metres in total over the day.

    Sunday 31st May



    We did a ridge walk today. Once up on the top of the ridge, ...

    Cassino

    A travel blog entry by bigemms on May 28, 2015

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    ... and then they just got in the cars and drove away. The trip and tour was very interesting but a long day. We learned of the history of the four battles, New Zealand was only involved in the last two. Lots of history lessons including been shown a small village which was abandoned and never rebuilt. It's occupants fled to and lived in caves in the middle of winter to escape the Germans. We walked through the caves in a stooped fashion ...

    Travelers on the Appian Way

    A travel blog entry by pat_melinda on May 22, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... feet under the asphalt. Just a few hundred feet away one of the bridges constructed 2300 years ago still carries traffic. Modern semis use this bridge today. I doubt that the bridges built today will have that kind of record. Everywhere you travel in Italy you can feel the millions of feet that have traveled each step for thousands of years before you were born. I stand in awe of where I now live. Ciao ...

    Vieste to Barrea

    A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 22, 2015

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    ... Oil company Agip for over 30 years before retiring. His children were grown and he and his wife now spent their time travelling around Europe in their Fiat campervan, going home for summer before heading off again in the September (does this sound familiar!!).

    Our walk took us up a steep valley up the side of Monte Rotunda at 1823 metres high and across the high meadows round the back of the hill where as a child, Pasetta used to bring family sheep to ...