Travel Blogs from Montesilvano
... gates for business of any kind..... Arrived in ofena. House full to bursting........ Decided to kip in school car park and then see if we can camp on commune land tomorrow..... Chicken cooking...tony drink beer for a change.... Eaten sweetest juiciest nectarines Home made gluten free tortellini to die for purchased in Modena gastronomic ...
... is supposed to be historic and full of designer shops. Not sure if latter is a recommendation. Plan a didn't work out so ended up here.... Tony lost at least one stone in sweat trying to implement plan a.... Dog still attracting loads of attention. People keep wanting to photograph her...... Food good in restaurant ...
... It was not until we arrived a tight bend and the wheels started spinning that I realised that I was not going any farther! As much as I tried I was not going to get around this bend, which left me no alternative but to reverse all the way back down the last three hundred yards of lane with a foot or so either side. This I accomplished with a lot of sweat ...
... and totally surreal we were hitting this town for the grand fondo of grand fondos (Google). Steve and all his Lycra cad "friends" were gathering in droves to take part in The Maratona dles Dolomites a beautiful gran fondo on a testing course in the Dolomites mountain range. It was like Steve has died and gone to heaven and taken us with him. I have never so many people with amazing bikes and dressed in Lycra. So we had a ...
... present during the Angulus, with the response from the faithful.
The city, on a high hill no less, is surrounded by imposing walls, with the usual narrow gates controlling entry into the city. Having missed our one opportunity to park close to the city centre (all one way streets), ended up parking close to the cemetry, a reasonable distance from Porta S. Giacomo. The walk to and from the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services