Hotel La Pace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... as to not cause panic buying by others. We have the feeling we are just buying up the old inventory of a discontinued brand. Only time and breakfast will tell.
Part two of the search for the holy grails is Sprite Zero. The same story but different product. The only place we had bought Sprite was Panorama, no need to hunt further. Then one day; it too was gone. It is the same story all over again. This time the first score was Cipi where ...
... see for miles. I forgot my camera but John had his. Unfortunately he hasn’t brought the cable needed to download the photos on to my laptop so I can’t post any pictures. The weather forecast for today is thunder storms and after lunch, we could see the storm clouds starting to gather over the mountain tops. Once we had descended from the ridge, our walk back to Pescasseroli was through the Italian version of the Yorkshire dales except the dry ...
... are not tall.they were cold and damp so it is hard to imagine what it was like in Winter. On to the Monte Cassino Abbey which sits high above Cassino and was bombed to ruins during the battle. It was rebuilt to its former glory after the war and if you see what it was like during the war, the rebuild was simply amazing. More doors for the Colonel to photograph and one camera battery went flat. Luckily for The Colonel her trusty ...
Tonight there was a program in Formia discussing travel on the Appian Way, There is a fountain along the road as you enter town. Thousands pass it every day. Very few stop to think of all the souls that quenched their thirst as they traveled through history. All the Caesars have past here. Mark Anthony and Cleopatra as well. Peter and Paul both traveled this way to Rome. It was the pilgrims road from Rome ...
... We didn’t see sheep but we did see horses and their young foals. As we descended, we searched for the methuselah tree. It is a big old beech tree that could be as old as 1000 years. Its misshapen trunk is sight to behold. In one of the many fissures, we found a geocache so signed our names. There was also a photo of Pasetta with a little message written on the back from the man himself. The tree is very special to Pasetta and he told us that he feels very ...