Hotel Ristorante Il Cavalier D'Arpino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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... which added to the charm. Ricardo recommended a hiking area in the Monti Simbruini national reserve, an hour and a half from Rome. Before we got to our hiking destination, we stopped in the charming little village of Subiaco in the midst of several Catholic Monasteries. ...
... job to cut the pizza. Like Enzo and Rosy, he used scissors. We ate and ate and drank and drank and talked and talked and then Bruno opened a bottle of prosecco. I love the stuff, and always think of my Auntie Et whenever I see a bottle. I was starting to get sad, knowing that yet another chapter in our journey was coming to an end. And at the same time, excited for the next part of our trip. So many mixed emotions.
JOHN: These little ...
... has been going on for almost 300 years though, so they've had a bit of time...
Things we saw:
A very well done display of wall sections with frescoes still visible.
The arena...when the gladiators got good enough, they went to Rome.
Shops and restaurants...with counters with basins still intact...you can imagine the buffet.
Tombs along the main road.
... the coast road and stopped for picnic lunch by a lagoon. We continued to Minturno and checked into our hotel. We were upgraded to the only sea view room which is lovely!
We we walked along the promenade to the south east and it wasn't hard to see that all the beach bars, restaurants and hotels are closed.....end of season!
We ate in the hotel and enjoyed good seafood....glad it's open!!
After 6:15am Mass we got on the bus to go to Monte Cassino. The Abbey for the Benedictines is there. We went up the mountain to the Abbey and had a great tour. The story of the rock is that St. Benedict fell and God made the rock soft so his arm print is there. St. Scholastica liked doves and when she died St. Benedict saw doves. Then we left to go back to ...