Hotel Il Grillo
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... anise plant .He acquired the Royal Post Office building located in Piazza del Popolo. In few years, he completely remodeled the whole building and transformed it in one of the most beautiful Italian coffee houses and one of the most important Italian Liberty (Art Deco) building in all of Italy. We visited this cafe twice ,as it was so lovely, once in the evening and again the next day. The coffee,liquer and pastries were belissimo.
So, with all needs met, ...
A typical Italian breakfast, where fortunately we have arrive early enough for the precooked omelettes to be warm, includes packets of cereal, cakes, cheese and ham. We are offered seconds of expresso and cappuccino. The proprietor fusses over us as we leave. This would be a terrific hotel for a group of cyclists. We ride down the driveway and the imposing front gates into the narrow winding lanes of the town, ...
We have decided to descend to the east and head north through the foothill of the Sibillini mountains to the town of Amandola. On our way across the Piano Grande in sparkling sunshine, we are pursued for a couple of hundred metres, very fast, by a slavering, snarling Maremma. These are the big Italian dogs who live with flocks of sheep to guard them. They look like very solidly built golden retrievers, but twice as big. The climb to the Forca ...
As we were coming to the end of our stay in Macerata, we took some snaps of the lovely aparthotel where we stayed. We'd also seen some Roman ruins on our travels so went back to visit them and discovered an amphitheatre used as a venue for concerts ...
Today we ventured further afield to visit Ascoli Piceno, and explore the old town. We took the little tourist train to get the most out of the visit, which started from the main square - where a lot of the beautiful buildings are built in travertine marble. We also had a chance to try their famous stuffed olives which were yum ...