Parc Hotel Villa Immacolata
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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This is a wellness center with all kinds of services!
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The Michaelangelo is very comfortable and helps us recover from our experiences at the hands of Mr Grimaldi and also from the disappointing ride up from Puglia. The clouds part as the Raven sets off in the morning for Bologna and we thoroughly enjoy the journey through some really lovely countryside. Lots of coastal hills and valleys, all beautifully tended with vines, fruit trees and neatly ploughed fields, often on steep inclines. The road ...
Back in sulmona. Car now getting repaired so with no car decided to go walkabout for a few days while weather hot. Thinking of going upto top of mountain tomorrow.... That will be an adventure...... Found great place to eat good pasta. Going in search of fresh fish in a min..... Cleaned rocket Ron up a bit...... Tony had hair cut. Managed not to get obligatory mullet that seems to fashion ...
... ways and sometimes in pedestrian tunnels where both shoulders nearly touch. At one point today the frontage road consolidated with the Autostrada, which does not allow bicycles, so we ended up doing a 20 kilometer detour to go 500 meters. All in, we pedaled 7 hours today for 83 kilometers. Food was particularly good, so I included ...
... months of his papal candidacy. He also has the distinction of being the first pontiff ever to resign (Pope Benedict was the second one) He was born as Pietro di Murrone in 1215, became a Benedictine monk at the age of seventeen, and was ordained priest in Rome some time after that. In 1294, the papal enclave decided that Murrone should be made Pope, given they had spent two years trying to reach agreement on a suitable candidate, and failing ...
... back to 1391, but the rest of the outside was replaced after the earthquake. It appears only half of the main building was replaced - when you go around the side of the cathedral, you can see that most of the front is just a facade, exposing the bells etc. It looks very odd! We walked past two of the gates into the ancient City Wall, one at one end of the historic area of Sulmona called Porte Romana (built in 1429) and one at the other ...