La Fonte dell'Astore
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Room service
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... stop was a little bar for a quick 15 mins about an hour after driving and we had a cappuccino and an espresso. We were then back on the road traveling south. After a couple more hours of traveling out we started to see the beautiful coastline and after winding down and around the countryside we settled in the coast of amalfi for an hour to explore. We stopped at a little bar and had a coda d'aragosta ... Omg it was amazing and ...
... took another rather nauseating bus to Soppong. Here I took a motor-taxi (which was a terrifying experience) to cave lodge, a really cool hostel in the middle of the jungle where you can stay for 3€ a night. After a couple of hours of doing nothing I joined some people to take a bamboo raft into these crazy caves with gigantic stalagmites and stalactites and hundereds of bats. And tomorow I'm doing absolutely nothing. Thailand is treating me well, but I'm pretty exhausted. ...
... 30th May
John cycled into town this morning and managed to pick up a walking map. We started our walk just outside the campsite and headed up through woods on what in winter would be the ski pistes. We passed a couple of ski lifts on the way. At the top of the valley, we headed over the saddle and trekked steeply downhill to a lovely open valley area which had picnic tables and a refuge. After lunch, we climbed up through ...
... a man in uniform does big Ems. We jumped on the train and met an American couple also going to Cassino for the tour. They made us feel young( no smart ***** comments here please)! We arrived at Cassino station and whilst awaiting our guide we witnessed a bit of local Italian day to day life.. A car backed into another in front of three police officers who turned and walked inside, not even interested. There was lots of gesturing ...
... and so not a MPH. Sulmona makes the best sugared almonds in the world (they are called confetti). The museum where they show you the process was closed, as were all the shops, it being siesta time. I had to satisfy my curiosity by looking through the windows of all the confetti shops to admire what could be done with a sugared almond. John was getting hungry by this point so we stopped in one of the many piazzas and he dinned like a tourist on hamburger and a coke. ...