La Meridiana Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the large city of L'Aquila which was severely damaged by an earthquake a few years ago. There is still a lot of repair work happening and also a lot of buildings left abandoned with severe damage. We head to a small village in the alps called Santo Stefano di Sessanio. It is very small and has amazing views across to the snow capped alps. We have lunch in il restoro degli elfi (restaurant of the elf!) Gilberto is certainly taking the quest to find elves and ...
... very top of the rock and you can actually see the Croatian Coast on a clear day. Magnificent views in each direction. Then down to the Basilica which was just gorgeous. White walls with Apple green and duck egg blue colours in the florets. The most beautiful church I have seen. Made even more special as a lady was singing from the balcony beside the organ. Scott and Mikaela then ...
... lot of the time and having a lot of experience driving a lot on the "wrong side of the road"! Also on this leg of the trip we had some long travel distances and some very narrow windy roads and it would be good having 2 drivers. A planned was hatched that Erwin would drive to another office near the train station ( where we had picked up a rent a car a few years before) and we would see if they would sign him in. We eventually found the office and just before ...
... I'm getting pretty ****** off with the lack of information/consultation.
In the event it's my navi that has a nearby B&B logged. So I am invited to lead the way.
The first location doesn't seem to exist. I find another B&B nearby, down a dark lane. The other two have turned round and are accelerating away. I chase them and they finally pull ...
... in Italy outside the Vatican, he commissioned leading architects to craft for him a modern palace and he was a tireless patron of the arts, including the magical works of Piero fella Francesca, who was Federico's artist-in-residence. Much of this may well have been cynically to boost his prestige and to show off his power, but there was a sincerity, too. The life of intellectual exploration and artistic appreciation was a serious and central part of his character. Federico was ...