Relais Villa d'Assio
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Travel Blogs from Rieti
... Terre was a very fun and full day yesterday, but got off to a rough start. Turns out I bought my train ticket for the wrong day, so once on the train when the employee checked my ticket and saw it was the wrong day, I had to buy another ticket as well as pay a 50 euro penalty fee. The employee didn't speak much English so I struggled to know what was going on, but I thought he said that covered me for my ride back as well, but apparently it ...
... her way to do some GF pasta and pizza. In our group was a couple from Melbourne who own a Pizza restaurant, and two 20yr old young girls also from Melbourne. We were given a board each and a task to do towards making today's dishes. Tan the kitchen reminded us of the kitchen of the Villa in France. !!
We made an antipasto dish first for starters which included bruschetta with ...
... Lost my touch. Haha Also got some food and gelato Met at fake David at 1230 Walked in the heat to the bus Jumped on the bus and hit the road to Rome!!! Stinking hot Got to cabins no one could get air con working Went on walking tour of Rome led by Lindsey, Unfortunately wasn't that great cos we were all hot and tired. Hard to follow. Stopped for quick dinner on the way whilst at the Trevi fountain- I got takeaway fettuccine bolognese. Also ...
... by contacting Terry in some way or other to ask him—who knows.
At any rate, Villa Gregoriana was breathtaking and I can totally understand how and why it would be a must-visit location for the 19th century Romantic authors. We spent the several hours between arrival and lunch down in the valley upon which the ruins were perched before climbing out and looking for a spot to munch. We ended up in a basically ...
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 ...