Hotel Ristorante Europa
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- Business center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... weather was a perfect 65 and sunny. While our scores were nothing to write home about, the round of golf itself was great.
We we left the golf course about 2:30 for Termoli, a small Adriatic coastal town near the spur of the boot of Italy. We found the hotel with only a minimum navigational delay. When we arrived, the wind was once again howling outside. We are wondering if this is not the norm for the Adriactic coast in the fall. We checked in about five and ...
After another hearty breakfast we went down to the harbour and took the ferry across to San Nicola island, a 5 minute trip. The island is smaller and is dominated by a large castle and the vegetation is completely different, having no trees - just scrub. The only way to get to the other end of the island is up through the small village and the castle. There have been humans living on the islands since about 700BC, and the castle ...
... history, having been used to incarcerate all sorts of people over the years. The latest was In 1938 when Mussolini had hundreds of homosexuals deported to San Domino to live in harsh conditions until the internment camp was closed in 1939 as Italy became enmeshed in the war. We managed to convey that we only wanted a two course meal tonight.
... money. The church has a problem - they have to put up
with them or risk being criticised as uncharitable. One of the priests was shooing some children away but they just waited until he had gone. We decided we had probably had enough religion for one day, so gave Padre Pio's tomb a miss, where apparently you can see his blood-soaked socks! We drove back to the heliport at Foggia, where our first sight of a helicopter was seeing one lowering ...
... winding through villages. The middle of Italy is just a vast growing area and it was interesting to see yet another side of this country. Wind turbines are everywhere and we drove through a big mountain range at the start so the views were magnificent. The roads in Italy are shocking. Its quite funny they have judder bars to keep you awake every so often and we both commented that they weren't needed as the ...