Hotel La Perla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Bem, em italiano essa fabulosa trilha e chamada Sentiero degli dei e em ingles, Path of the Gods... mas nos encontramos tantas cabras e lagartixas que acabamos confundindo essas todas denominacoes...
Nosso plano era vir para essa area do sul da Italia para festejar os cinquentinha da Gwenn (embora a data tenha sido em novembro do ano …
... visiting the ruins so dragged the others along - the size of the escalations is enough to blow you away, let alone the detail of what they have been able to uncover. We bought a official guide book and as we headed around a section - that would have only been about 5%25 and it took us two hours - Owen found the corresponding pages for us to review as chiming in on any other tour party with an English guide. He at some point thought he ...
... HUGE climb up to join the main trail. I was prepared for steep but not this steep. I ended up walking up with Dominique an Italian guy (turns out the cousin of the owner Pina from where I was staying) who spoke little English but we managed some conversation. He works in the convent garden up the mountain and does this walk every day, he made it clear that it does not get any easier! It was nice to battle those stairs ...
Monday 16 September Weather: Thunderstorm and rain early this morning clearly to hot and sunny by 9.30pm. Up early again this morning and watched another brilliant sunrise. Unfortunately, my iPad doesn't capture sunrises very well, but you get the idea. While waiting for the sun to rise, I watched lightening over the sea. We had a bit of rain this morning but it cleared really quickly and when the sun came out, it was hot. We packed our bag with our beach stuff and headed ...
... those days would've been a vastly different atmosphere compared with today, and yet still, I'm walking on the same pathways as they did over a thousand years ago!
It's an easy stroll around the small township, with it's lanes lined with shops, and at least there's very few steps here....unless you want to visit the domo that is! And I do, so up the steps I go, pay my fee, grab my guidebook and wander through. I walk through the "Cloister of Paradise" which is the ...