Hotel Poggio Degli Ulivi
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Travel Blogs from Rodi Garganico
... run threw the forests and to follow a large flock of sheep being herded down a very narrow road. They looked like ants in the distance. There was large areas of heavy grape vines and olive trees which looked like donuts from above as the centres had been cut out of them to let the light in. The fields were pretty dry except for the odd ones growing alfalfa to feed the animal.
It was so incredibly peaceful and serene. There ...
... is a younger Brunello (Brunello is aged 5 years in Oak). With our bags full of wine, we climb back down hill to the car. On to the Monastery of Sant'Antimo a short drive away. We arrived just at the tail end of the monks singing their prayers in gregorian chants. The smell of the lavender sachets the monks were selling at the front of the Abbey filled the whole church, and one felt transported back ...
... as it was Sunday night but we managed again to find one cafe open. We chatted to friendly English lady customer and Tony helped the owner book a cheap flight to London even in Italian, we just hope that we sent her and her family to the right place.
Apparently Capalbio is very busy in August but as soon as the month changes to September, all the tourists disappear and it was lovely to stay in a ...
... the townships I need to pass through. I've learnt very quickly that the highway/road numbers and even street signs are near impossible to find, so if you know the townships you can usually follow the signage to those...or in my case when I'm completely confused at a crossroad where I have no idea what direction the townships are in (as I can't see them on the map), I just take one turn and look out for the next sign, and if it's wrong turn around and backtrack until ...
... had mentioned Castiglione della pescaia was a gorgeous stretch of sand beach, so I decided to give that a go, as it was sort-of on my way to my next destination. So I arrive at the beach and sure enough it's a long (7 mile) stretch of sandy beach, with every inch covered in deck-chairs and umbrellas with a corresponding beach club cafe...I'm sure if you were in the know, you'd know which was the best choice...but I was just glad to see a nice beach, so I picked a club 'Bagio ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility