Hotel La Maestra
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... back into Ronaldo and "Wove" our way back to Panicale .We drove through the Sibillini mountains , with lots of tunnels cutting through the mountain range and many hairpin turns. Noel (aka Fangio) was loving it . We passed through some towns that were familiar - San Pelligrino ( the bottled water source !!) and Norcia ( from where our New Norcia monks originated ). Great drive , lush and green with groves of cypress ( pencil pines ), olives and vines - just gorgeous ...
... slice) at a Romcaffe. Part of a chain in an unattractive modern building it is nonetheless the social centre for the local older men who sit conversing, or reading the paper under the verandah. As we approach the Abbadia Di Fiastra we pass the extensive Roman ruins of Urbs Salvi, including the remains of a stadio. The Cistercian monks who built the Abbadia used materials taken from this site. We ride up a ...
... too narrow for cars. We take the stairway for a quick look around the town, and, of course, a trip to a supermercato. Fruit and veggies are not self serve, and we have to wait a while for help.The cashier is clearly annoyed that I have no change, and burdens me with a huge pile of coins in my change. Dinner is in the hotel restaurant where we continue to get amazingly friendly service. Soup and pasta is pretty good with un mezzo litro of house ...
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 ...