Travel Blogs from Rieti
10 miles, hills. Made it there and back, had coffee got wet in storm...... See photos Love my bike....... Camping wild as they say. Still in car park. Filling up with water from spring......took some time...... Chatted to arnaldo at spring, gave us a bottle of wine to take back with ...
... car park at bottom of village until we find suitable accommodation. Been putting word out so hope for results soon. Spent a very pleasant evening with our friend sophie drinking and nibbling cheese on her terrace. Spent a pleasant couple of hours with ginanni drinking wine this afternoon. Took bikes out for short ride and made it to top of ...
... topics, though on several, we were poles apart.
This was the third church on that site since the 3rd C.
Then to Narni, a much talked about town. It was larger than we expected, pretty and well cared for, with the local residents accepting the trigger happy tourists. Many of the old buildings were undergoing extensive renovations and refurbishments. ...
... of the second defensive wall. No way was anyone going to get in easily, though I doubt these were there in the 13th C!
Cattedrale di S. Maria Assunta. As you descend the steps into the Piazza del Duomo the cathedral is there before you. What an impression. Both the interior and exterior are a mixture of styles and fashion. Inside are windows from the 12thC, mosiacs from the 13thC and ...
We decided we'd like to spend a couple more nights in Terni and discussed this with management. This was when the extent of our good deal became known. We were getting €40/night under the regular rate, and Paul convinced them that that was a good price for us to stay.
Following coffee in the piazza, head to Cascata Delle Marmore. We knew that as the waterfall is man-made, the water flow is turned off ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free parking