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... a campsite just outside Pescasseroli heading towards what in winter is the ski station. The weather is hot and sunny and after siesta, we walked back towards the town centre to have a mooch around and find the tourist information centre. Pescasseroli isn't perched on a hill but is still pretty enough in its own way. It seems to be mainly geared up for the ski season. The tourist information was closed so we had an ice cream and headed back to the campsite.
... peaks surrounding us and then headed back to Barrea. We had a chat with Pasetta about our sighting and he agreed that it was most likely a wolf we saw.
Thursday 28th May
The weather is better today, fresh but with very high clouds so the tops of the mountains are visible. Today we walked up to the Rifugio Forca Resuni at 1952 metres high. The walk was steep (no change there then) up through the beech forest and then a ...
... just awesome!
We walked through the streets to Alex's house, where I gawked at all the beautiful rooftops from her balcony. Then it started to hail haha. I've never seen hail before.
The storm passed in time for us to collect the kids from school and take them to their afternoon sport classes. Olivia is 6 and went to gymnastics and Paublo is 11 and went to volleyball. Al showed me some of the big piazzas and churches whole we waited for the kids. We even enjoyed ...
... some while we were there. The atmosphere inside is fully reflective, quietly walking around you get totally impressed by all the art depicting times of Christianity and many of the Saints. Inside there is also a museum with many more precious items. While initially it was agreed to leave the monastery untouched it was bombed by the Americans in 1944 in an attempt to get the upper hand on the Germans. Thankfully many of the treasures had been moved to ...
... path was still snow covered and considered too dangerous for most people so imagine my surprise when we walked past a couple and their two young children!!
We eventually found the path leading down from the mountain but all we could see of it was a huge very steep snow field untouched by human feet. John thought we could probably make our way down but I disagreed vehemently (please see my comments above) so we retraced our steps back to the Val Fondillo and our ...