How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... to buy as we could travel to Formia and shop at Panorama, a grocery chain here in Italy. Compare it to a Wal-Mart of 25 years ago and you'll get the idea. With Formia only 7 miles away it was easy to keep his habit going. Then something awful happened, the Multi Cheerios were gone! Only Miele (apple) Cheerios were fill the shelf. We knew of an alternative supply at Carrefour. This is a French grocery chain which has outlets in the large ...
... a campsite just outside Pescasseroli heading towards what in winter is the ski station. The weather is hot and sunny and after siesta, we walked back towards the town centre to have a mooch around and find the tourist information centre. Pescasseroli isn't perched on a hill but is still pretty enough in its own way. It seems to be mainly geared up for the ski season. The tourist information was closed so we had an ice cream and headed back to the campsite.
... for you. It was a Scholastic Abbey. The group that we were with today were Americans and Canadians... They made us feel young and were all there looking for dead relatives! Graffiti is worse alongside the train tracks! Off now to get some Pizza( although Hawaiian Pizza does not seem to be authentic Italian) and maybe a little Chianti!! Big Ems has not hit the shops yet and the retailers are hanging out for a retail boom!! That is all from ...
... feet under the asphalt. Just a few hundred feet away one of the bridges constructed 2300 years ago still carries traffic. Modern semis use this bridge today. I doubt that the bridges built today will have that kind of record. Everywhere you travel in Italy you can feel the millions of feet that have traveled each step for thousands of years before you were born. I stand in awe of where I now live. Ciao ...
... medieval and perched on a hill). Scanno is a bit of a tourist stopover due to its location and also to the fact that the women dress the same as they did 200 years ago. Leaving Scanno, we passed evidence of the massive landslide that took place a good while ago forming Lago di Scanno. The Gole Del Sagittario (the gorge of the Archer) is a gorge that gets gradually narrower as it brings you to the village of Anversa. From here we headed to Sulmona, a town situated on ...