Nascondiglio di Bacco Bacchus HideOut

Address: Contrada Ciafone 97, Offida, Marche, 63035, Italy | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Offida

    Day 9: Down the other side. Castellucio - Amandola

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 10, 2015

    9 photos

    ... is quite steep, and Helen walks some of it. A bus load of walkers have been disgorged from a bus, and are high above us on the slopes of Mt Vettore. The view from the pass is magnificent. Jackets are on for the descent because there is a chill in the air and we bomb down with the enormous cliffs of Vettore looming up into the clouds on our left. We continue through dense forest, most of the time in shade on a winding undulating quiet road, ...

    Day 8: Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    We think we'll probably never come back here, so we decide to spend a day taking it all in, and resting tired muscles. The breakfast buffet is varied, and includes large bowls of home-made yoghurt and ricotta da pecore. After breakfast we walk uphill out of the village and we are overtaken by a number of vans bumping along with cargoes of hang gliders and para gliders. When we get to the launch point they are ...

    Day 7: Now the climbing! Visso to Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... for agriturismi, which no doubt are associated with tax advantages, are that they provide no more than 30 beds, and earn no more than 30% of the owners' income. The owner of this one is probably very wealthy. The three story stone building has obviously been rebuilt recently with beautiful oak timber, and quality fittings and furnishings. There is even a small but modern lift. Our room is not large but is very comfortable. It is a bit of ...

    A La Famiglia!!!!!

    A travel blog entry by dreeder on Jun 21, 2015

    7 comments, 9 photos

    ... would come here as a child to visit his grandparents and play amongst the olive trees which stand in the back. Alfio tells us that one giant olive tree In the front is well over 150 years old. While it was unsafe to enter into the house, we were able to take a peek inside. Next stop: the Corropoli square. Surrounded by buildings hundreds of years old, the square is alive with laughter, debate and much gesturing. It's a ...

    Life Lesson from Italy

    A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on May 19, 2015

    10 comments, 5 photos

    ... her little brother. She is, however, one of the most compassionate and kind people I have ever met. Her complete love of animals is beyond compare to anyone I know. I have watched her stand for two hours stroking a horse while waiting to get into a museum and she has pet at least 3000 unique dogs, always approaching the owner. The owners are always patient, but are happy when I finally step in to separate girl from beast. I have sadly witnessed ...