Hotel Vela Velo
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... a late dinner, we were surprised to find that most of the town streets were blocked to traffic and a band was playing, It appeared that the entire town had come out for a grand celebration (including fireworks) - come to find out it was a funeral! Peschici has lots of little surprises.
It's so relaxing we decided not to venture too far – the town and it's colorful people are entertainment enough. Our room is steps from ...
... for the hotel, took about four hours. The coastal drive was everything one would expect - every bit as beautiful as the Amalfi coast, even if the cliffs were somewhat less dramatic. The beaches here are long, with many sandy stretches along the coast. There are also many beautiful spots where the white cliffs go right down to the sea. And on this bright, sunny day, the water colors were fabulous. (Our afternoon temperatures reach the upper 20s - ...
... due to the unusually long staying snow, we had to access this through a tunnel, and very steep stairs. A very strange feeling came over us, well Antony, who became a little weak, likely to be from altitude sickness. Don't worry folks, all was well after the climb. After returning to the land of mortals, we made our way back through the Aosta Valley towards Aosta, stopping off at a huge waterfall we'd spotted the day before. A great waterfall, with an unimaginable amount ...
... t find it, but a GPS and Google maps were very helpful. When we got there, we got some strange looks. No one appeared to speak English. The workers went and got Giovanni, and through Tom's translation app.,we found out that Luigi was in Milan. He must have forgotten we were coming! Giovanni showed us the wines anyway, and he and Tom were able to communicate pretty well about them. I guess the language ...
... we see our shoes! NO horizon now , what chance in 5 minutes, impossible to admire the peninsula which stretches one more East...upland Plains, austere and stripped.
At the descent, we decide to go then to the picturesque village : Monte San Angelo touristy , paired with Mt st michel in Normandy. (sorry for the britains letons). or be saying the saint Archangel ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking