Relais Villa d'Assio
Travel Blogs from Rieti
10 miles, hills. Made it there and back, had coffee got wet in storm...... See photos Love my bike....... Camping wild as they say. Still in car park. Filling up with water from spring......took some time...... Chatted to arnaldo at spring, gave us a bottle of wine to take back with ...
Didn't have to worry about stuff arriving. House so full couldn't get in. Took us a whole day to put a bed up....found the dogs bed and toys but not her blankets.... Everyone in village seems to know that furniture came and came by two trucks. Everyone seems to know who we are and where we are camping...... Jungle drums very efficient.... ...
Packed the car and Basil, and left all in the hotel car park while we had our last meander through Terni in brilliant sunshine.
Into the Chiesa di San Francesco where all the statues were wood carvings. Just beautiful.
Just had to try on this cute pair of espraidles. Not surprisingly, too narrow for my foot. However, the saleslady wasn't going ...
... brought in to assist. Perfect english. He translated most ably although obviously had no idea of the details being discussed........shades, time, wispy, texture.....
He spoke Italian, English, Kenyan, plus whatever he'd needed at the refugee camp, and was now in Italy selling on the streets.
Paul and his spunky new lady headed off to Spoleto, a delightful walled city with fortress, ...
... The rain became torrential. Now near the top, so wasn't going to let a little water stop me. Kept on going. Checked out the view, turned around and started down. The rain didn't let up.
The waterfalls had been constructed by the Romans at the beginning of the 3rd C BC., and still functioning efficiently today. The calcareous deposits meant that throughout the centuries, modifications had been required but the ...
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking