Relais Villa d'Assio
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... lovely little town with no one living in it. The palazzo, the playground, the houses all empty. He saw inside a house and it was just as if the family had gone out for the day. Beds, tables, chairs etc all still there.
We visited the chapel of the monastery first which was built as a Cistercian monastery in the late 11th century. We learnt about a holy man who lived in a cave near Sulmona, not far from here, and became Pope Celestine V in 1294. His ...
... It was very interesting through beautiful valleys with villages on hilltops. The road would have cost a fortune to build as it was mostly through tunnels or over bridges. We stopped for lunch at a truck stop type place and ate panini we had bought in a gorgeous little deli in Sorrento. The weather remains warm and sunny, 25 degrees most days.
We are staying in a monastery called Monestero-Fortezza Di Santo Spirito D'Ocre above the town ...
... activity, the. Strolled down a few streets coming back to have a coffee. Walked back to the Metro going down & around noticing gates closed not knowing where we were going, finally saw someone who said Metro closed - 9.30pm as they do maintenance so followed him to the bus stop, boy if we weren't hot & bothered then we sure we're when we got to the street. Didn't quite know where we were but a very helpful chap told us what bus to get on. Another good ...
... I do, then I need to get to the country some and try to soak up that ethos. Consideration 3: in the time I’ve spent in some of the densest urbanity in the world, between Jerusalem, Istanbul, Athens, and Rome, I’ve discovered that, contrary to what I expected about myself, I’m really not much of a city person. It’s not that I don’t enjoy people and busyness, the extrovert that I am I seem to thrive sitting on some steps in ...
Thursday 14.04.2011 - We woke up to a delightfully sunny day; a blessing after the rainy day before. We went downstairs and for breakfast had a very healthy (not) cream (Greg) and apricot (Kerrie) croissant washed down with a tasty cappacino. We decided to continue with Plan A from the previous day and ride north following the spine of the Appenine chain with a target destination of the small town of Rieti in ...