Travel Blogs from Roccaraso
... overlooks the town. Not much left there, but there were some great views of the town , valley and surrounding mountains. Next we visited the park headquarters, went thru the museum and the nature area. There were bears,coyotes and some birds that they were taking care of.
We went to a trattoria for dinner and some great Italian pasta for dinner. ...
... de Passeri, which is on the list. She looked it up and told us it would be 99 Euros. Excellent. She then frowned and took off. A few moments later she returned with her supervisor, who spoke very quickly to her. She then took off again and returned with a look of disdain. She explained to us that because Castiglione a Casauria was up a windy road into the hills, they would not be able to deliver our kitchen to us. The town had to be on the list in order to take transport.
... obtained them 40 years ago and learned that they were the last to be made by hand. We walked onto the balcony and looked out over the town of Chieti, chatting sometimes in English, sometimes in Italian. The day had become stifling hot, and we went back inside for coffee. I could write Megabytes about Giulio Ventura, and I feel as though I have only scratched the surface of this amazing person. He recently celebrated his 76th birthday and still looks like he is in his ...
... entry point of a small marching band. We enjoyed the show and were handed a small jar of Millefiori honey on the way out. We walked back to the car and wound our way slowly through the clot of people on the way out. By the time we started to head out I figured we would be too late to get to Risparmio Casa before it closed, and promised to head there the next day. I suggested that we take our drive in the Maiellan hills for today and hit the stores tomorrow. ...
... in the small eatery. There were probably no more than ten tables in the place, of which five were occupied this evening. After a few minutes a young man came out and asked if I could park my car in a different way, and I said sure. The face looked familiar and I recognized Alfonso. I moved my car and came back into the restaurant, asking first if the parking was okay to which he replied, "Si, grazie." As I looked into his face I could tell he was searching to recall, and I said ...
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