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Travel Blogs from Alba Adriatica
... place like LIA's school leave a good stamp on your heart... I definitely left with a smile on my face and even got talking to the 3rd media kids who overheard we were in the building and I sadly had to depart but they were cool kids. As we left we got ourselves some cheeky pics of the beautiful mountainous views from the school... The lucky cherubs! Well back to Rome......FORZA ...
... describe our journey out of Rome and to a quaint little town,"TERAMO". To be honest, while it's been fun in the flat, I think we're all happy to be in another place. That's the fun of tour, being put up in random places pleasant or unthinkable, and then moving on to another surprising place... B&B ZARACA -—-—-—-—- It's hard for me describe my thoughts about this B&B. Normally ...
... and it felt good to settle in and be part of a family. When we left it was with mixed emotions, looking forward to the next adventure but with some sadness to leave such a great group of people behind. In the end, we will look back on this experience with much satisfaction and hopefully we will be able reconnect with some of the amazing people from the saffron farm.
Patrick has lots of great photos on his blogs so be sure to check them out.
... were disappointed that the service had no music at all. Still quite interesting.
The regional food fair was interesting too. Lots of cheese, meats, candies, and canned vegetables We found the Giant Olive booth to be funny as they were deep frying the giant olives stuffed with tuna in there.
Traveling to Sulmona tomorrow.
Rich & Kara
... for awhile. Found the 43 parallel along the way in Grottomare. It is the perfect location time wise with 9 hours of sunlight in the winter and 15 hours of sunlight in the summer.
We decided to be adventurous and not use the navigation system for bit. We found a Medieval hilltop town called Torre di Palme. It was extremely tiny but very nice to walk through. We even popped into a small church there ...