Hotel Diamante

Address: Viale Alcione, 161, Francavilla Al Mare, Abruzzo, 66023, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Viale Alcione, 161, Francavilla Al Mare, is near Tagliacozzo, La Pineta, and Museum of the Abruzzi people (Museo delle Genti d'Abruzzo).
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    Travel Blogs from Francavilla Al Mare

    Final day with Living Italy

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... not. The waitress got every order wrong too. Left there about 9.30, had a stroll then back to pack. Off on the next leg tomorrow. This hotel has been fabulous. Friendly, helpful people, well appointed rooms, spotlessly clean. All linen and china is monogrammed. They even bought a toaster after I asked for toast the first morning and they didn't have one. One of the best we've stayed in for a while without being over the top expensive. ...

    Hilltop villages

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 25, 2015

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    Throw in the occasional blue lake and the picture is complete. It was simply stunning. The town was very cultured with a couple of jewellery shops where I treated myself to a ring that was made by the old man who sold it to me. He is the 13th generation of his family to work in the shop. It was fascinating. We also bought a scarf and a wall hanging made from local wool from a charming talented lady.


    Talk about a Long Lunch

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... a big emphasis on sheep farming in this whole area for many centuries and evidence that it started probably long before the Romans. We then drove to a nearby village where an old local lady unlocked and led us into a small church where we saw some frescoes dating from around 1200 AD. Under the altar there was a gap and she said that you could hear the heart of the Saint beating if all was quiet.
    Some heard it but ...

    Day 60- Ortona

    A travel blog entry by k1w1milnerz on Jun 08, 2015

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    ... down on Positano before heading back through the wiggly roads through the mountains. After driving back through Naples we drve right accross Italy to a farmhouse in a olive orchard where we were staying the night. We visited a seafood shop on the fishing wharf and Dad bought oysters and mussels and scallops which mum cooked up for dinner. The farmhouse was a little rough but we spent the night planning some of the other destinations to follow. Good Night for now. - Grace


    A travel blog entry by rachbritton on May 21, 2015

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    So my 24 hours in Torino is over and I've had a wonderful time!

    I've eaten my last pizza, gelato and pasta. I've been served a coffee, drank in a bar and saw hail. Alex has a beautiful home (only for a few more hours), which is located in the heart of town. But let's start at the start....

    I arrived at 2:30pm to be greeted by Alex a 4 of her aui Paire friends. Two of them have the crowd a show with one playing the piano in the station and the other singing the songs. ...