Hotel Vallefura

Address: Via Belvedere degli Sciatori, 5, Pescocostanzo, Abruzzo, 67033, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Belvedere degli Sciatori, 5, Pescocostanzo.
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    Travel Blogs from Pescocostanzo

    Final day with Living Italy

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... s there from the North Africa campaign. It housed up to 3000 prisoners It is now a museum. We arrived back at the hotel about 4pm and rested till about 6 when Derek and I went shopping. The locals were out strolling as usual. We met the group at 6.30 for an early dinner at a bar as no restaurants open till after 8pm and some wanted an early night for packing. The food was ordinary but the chatter was fun. Derek's favourite - hot meat and ...

    Hilltop villages

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 25, 2015

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    Woken at 7am by the church bells right outside our window. I was a bit worried when I saw them yesterday but I was assured that they ring for the last time at 10pm and for the first time at 7am. That was true, thank heavens. Breakfast was good then on the road by 9.15. We travelled to a quite large hilltop town called Scanno through some most beautiful scenery of scattered hilltop villages, rocky outcrops and tall mountains and ...

    Talk about a Long Lunch

    A travel blog entry by jennycdec2014 on Jun 24, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... of Italy, a town called Navelli.



    We drove to the old Roman ruins of Peltuinum where the only remains were basically just the foundation stones. All the rest had been used as a resource for stone for the local villages. It is all protected now but too late she cried. We found some old Roman tiles and you can still see the finger marks made by the slaves as they formed the shape of the tile. There ...

    A final adventure week 1&2

    A travel blog entry by mariaklonhammer on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... Pai, which I absolutely did. I had the same feeling as I had in Byron Bay, where I ended up staying twice as long as I inteded. I'd decide to stay in a guesthouse that the American Bryan, Michael, Kaela and Vinodh (who I'd met in Chiang Mai) had told me they were going to stay at. It was one of those super sociable hostels with great staff and an amazing vibe. That first day I rented a pushbike as I was too scared to rent a scooter (and ofcourse also because I wanted to live up ...

    Barrea to Pescasseroli

    A travel blog entry by heatherandjohn on May 29, 2015

    ... we were still starting to get soaked. In the end, we just braved it out and got back to the campsite soaking wet. We had planned to eat out tonight as the cupboard was looking pretty bare but as the rain persisted, we decided we could find something in our cupboard. We ended up with baked beans, fried egg, sauté potatoes and toast with a bit of cheese on the side (which didn’t really add anything to the dish). Tomorrow we head off via a supermarket for a big ...