Travel Blogs from Roccaraso
This morning started with a silent march into the Commonweath War Grave's cemetery in Cassino. The march was followed by a memorial service attended by local dignitaries and Italian students. Many of the students were able to find the grave marker of their Cassino soldier after the service. Currently we are waiting to board the night train. We will wake up in ...
Early wake up this morning so we could make our 8:30 reservation for the Coliseum and ancient Roman Forum. It was a beautiful sunn day and our last day in Rome for sight seeing. After our morning touring we headed south from Rome towards Cassino - the sight of the famous 1944 battle during the quest to ...
... techniques they have today and work is ongoing. Some of it to restore from the old techniques used and ongoing to save it from deterioration now that it is uncovered. A huge site that we only saw a small section of with parts of it particularly awe inspiring where you could feel a strong connection to the people and their daily activities.
Found a cheap hotel to overnight in at Cassino, which turned into our only bad accommodation experience so far. The ...
... br> country and prepare you for all that you will experience in the days to
follow. We stop at Montecassino, a beautiful town founded by Saint
Benedict in 529. Enjoy lunch and then continue through the countryside
heading east to Padre Pio’s town, San Giovanni Rotondo, our base for the
following two nights. Dinner and ...
... 4 hours looking for accommodation, we finally headed a few k's out of town to the beach and found a hotel to our liking. In summer, I'm sure the place would be charming and extra busy, very much like our coastal towns. The last few days have been far more enjoyable with our B&B host here in Sulmona, he had the open fire roaring as ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility