Hotel la Terrazza

Address: Via Castelfidardo 2 , Porto San Giorgio, Marche, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Castelfidardo 2 , Porto San Giorgio.
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    Travel Blogs from Porto San Giorgio

    Cool to hot climate

    A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 15, 2015

    4 photos

    ... temperature in the flow varies from 10,000f at the source, to 5,000f in the flow to 424f lower. The flow of lava is very slow, but continuous & difficult to control. During 1 eruption they wanted to change the course so
    First - they used bulldozers to push a wall of rocks in the way & encourage the lava to move but this didn't work
    Second - they got helicopters to drop huge lumps of concrete into the lava, but they ...

    Mt Etna & Taromina

    A travel blog entry by tim.anya.2015 on Jul 14, 2015

    3 photos

    ... in WW11, it's patron saint is St Agatha & beside the Iona sea.

    Drove on to Taromina, the bus could only go part way up on really narrow roads, then we swopt to other buses & they took us he rest of the way up, this city was established on top of the hill in the 6th century BC, the Greek theatre was built in the 3rd century BC, we walked from the Catania gate (facing that town) to the ...


    A travel blog entry by beautyland on Jul 07, 2015

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    More borrowed words--again from poet David Whyte--on this day that I leave Loreto . . .

    reflecting feelings arising out of my Loreto sea of memories, and reflecting memories older than Loreto life, memories that are roots of the book I have been working on here.

    "JOY’ From CONSOLATIONS: The Solace, Nourishment and Underlying Meaning of Everyday Words. David Whyte 2015

    "JOY is a meeting place, of deep intentionality and ...

    A La Famiglia!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by dreeder on Jun 21, 2015

    7 comments, 9 photos

    ... would come here as a child to visit his grandparents and play amongst the olive trees which stand in the back. Alfio tells us that one giant olive tree In the front is well over 150 years old. While it was unsafe to enter into the house, we were able to take a peek inside. Next stop: the Corropoli square. Surrounded by buildings hundreds of years old, the square is alive with laughter, debate and much gesturing. It's a ...

    Life Lesson from Italy

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on May 19, 2015

    10 comments, 5 photos

    ... of the precious commodity that has been such a joy to have: the commodity of time. So, as I watch my children work together to build a sandcastle on a beach in Italy, I count Jenn and I the luckiest of parents because we have amazing children and the time to get to know them for the amazing people they are and will become in the future. That is until Jack picks up a stick and hits his sister.

    We miss you all. We'll be home soon!