Hotel Il Minareto
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the stuff in the window was cute, then started on, but when I pointed out that the lady inside was making them, right now, she turned around and gave it a second chance.
The whole town was full of little shops and restaurants full of great artisanal goods, but then Kristi remembered that we’d only paid for an hour’s parking, and we needed to get out. We ducked into a deli to grab some sandwiches to go. I’d seen a couple ...
... hand-holds once were that would allow you to remove these large stone squares from the floor, and inevitable deposit something (likely someone) underneath.
In the evening, there was a Good Friday Procession which started from a church on the Piazza Garibaldi and would make its way up to the Duomo. It was to begin at 9pm, so with Lachlan in full fever mode, Sally ventured out with Veda and Garrett to check it out. It did not prove to be a dramatic ...
... up by some homework time, a walk up to a local park to run, climb and play frisbee. We walked around the old city wall in search of the local video store. On the way we ran into a line of about 50 Pine processionary catepillars (we looked them up when we got home). They were walking head-to-toe in a solid line. Graham tried to persuade them to move back away from the roadway with his foot. As the leader veered right so to did the one behind him, then the other, then the other, and ...
On our way back to Torre Palombara we stop off in the tiny town of Cesi – we stop for the views over the valley below, for another opportunity to walk through narrow, uphill (and downhill) streets that are all stones – stone walkway, stone building construction – all in different patterns – and always accented with flowers – today, a deep saturated pink – oops, can’t recall the name right now – oh yes, hydrangea! ...
... signal so we can use google maps and directions – not a strong enough signal initially – so he walks uphill a little, disappears around a bend and finds one. And he sees where we are.
When he walks into view, he says we’re not far. By now that compact silver car is returning past us and I signal it to stop – two older woman smiling and asking us in Italian if we’re going to Sacro Speco – that ...