Hotel Ristorante Casa Rossa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The countryside surrounding Petritoli is just beautiful. Rolling green hills stretching for miles, fold into each other interupted every so often by the pale yellow cliffs, framed by the blue sky and Adriatic Sea to the east, and the dark shapes of the Sibillini mountains, snow capped during the winter months, to the west. Distant hilltop villages and towns are highlighted by the sunshine and their yellow clay lights up and contrasts sharply with the greens ...
... coffee in the village of Montegallo, and lunch in Montemanaco after a stiff 4km climb from the valley below. Then we descend through the beautiful village of Montefortino, arriving finally at Amandola, the towering arc of the Sibillini Mountains a constant presence. We follow signs around the top of the town, finally arriving at the imposing Hotel Paradiso through impressive gates, and up a long driveway. The proprietor welcomes us with coffee ...
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 ...
There were several reasons for our trip to Italy. Adventure, yes. New experiences, sure. Relaxation,...eventually. Yet, if it needed to be distilled down into one, visiting the hometown of Lisa's beloved grandfather Rudolfo would be the one. Alfio Zippili is a distant cousin who lives in Corropoli with his wife Rita. Alfio speaks only Italian and Rita some English, Italian and French. They were our tour guides for the day. One ...
... eight, he's fifty-eight. He talks of the social injustices he will right when he becomes Prime Minister. He's an environmentalist and works hard to think of ways to save energy. Jack loves new challenges and puts learning above all else. He has mastered gin-rummy and hearts and is learning to celebrate less when he wins, and suck less when he loses. Jack will surely be a diplomat on his way to being Prime Minister.
So, you may be ...