Hotel il Ghiro
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel il Ghiro Ovindoli
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... 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 ...
... decided to walk in the direction we thought the path may be heading but agreed if we hadn’t seen any markers after five minutes, we would turn back. I have been on too many walks now with John where I have agreed to carry on regardless and whilst we have always survived, it hasn’t been the best of experiences.
We did find markers and carried on to the top of the mountain ridge. We hadn’t seen another sole all morning and I imagined it was ...
... class ticket. Remembering the cherry tree incident, Antonio didn't let it go and forced the priest to pay up!
After lunch we wandered around the farm a bit while the kids ran around like maniacs, and we were all a bit sad when the day wrapped up. We were made to feel so welcome, it really was like spending the afternoon with family.
Mac dropped us back in Spoleto around 4:30 and we were all exhausted from our wonderful truffle adventure!
... lighter selections, there were plenty of people there so we didn't feel we had to do our bit. We started with Bresaola, rocket and parmesan and smoked goose breast, followed by a lamb casserole for Laurie and veal with porcini mushrooms for Meg, we just had to have another bottle of yesterday's Montepulciano. We came back for a little lie down before going to a local bar and then a small bowl of pasta for ...
... local black truffles, oil and parmesan and then pappardelle with fresh ricotta, ham and pecorino, for dessert we had semi freddo and apple cake, we were offered a meat course but declined! The host was generous and gave us a dessert wine and biscuits, all too much but we had a fabulous local Montepulciano red from nearby Prezza. We waddled onto the bus and made it back to Sulmona for a little nap before walking the damp cold streets before an evening ...