Hotel Residence Club Primula
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We drove on for 15 minutes to a place called Raiano where we had a fabulous picnic lunch next to an old hermitage built over a stream in a picturesque gorge. The food was really tasty and very Italian. Carol had a swim in the chilly stream then we moved on to the Abbey of the Holy Spirit about 15 minutes out of Suloma and on the site of where Pope Celestine V founded ...
... was also wonderful with two of the best pastas I have ever tasted. While we were there, a man walked in with trays of fresh Porcini mushrooms that he had just picked. They were on one of our pastas. Some then shared a plate of baked mushrooms that were like small pieces of meat. Throw in the usual ceramic jug of local rough red and an espresso and lunch was complete......again. Derek asked for a caffe Americano (long black) ...
... some stage, a cloth falls away releasing doves and the men then run back to the original church with the Madonna. It is attended by 30 to 40 000 people. (The family of singer Madonna came from a small hilltop village near here.) Derek and I bought some traditional cakes and while the others drank wine etc, we had tea and coffee and cake. Still too full from lunch. Cool evening. Back to the hotel by 10 and bed soon after.
... Bailey... Mmmm nice way to kick off the morning. Continuing on our walk we travelled through to piazza navona again checking out the artists and artwork. Then it was time to try and find the shops, so off we went. We struggled with our maps but after a while of walking we finally saw Fendi and knew we were there. Walked into H&M and bought a few things straight away. Knew we were heading to London in a week or so i limited my spendings to leave ...
... 30th May
John cycled into town this morning and managed to pick up a walking map. We started our walk just outside the campsite and headed up through woods on what in winter would be the ski pistes. We passed a couple of ski lifts on the way. At the top of the valley, we headed over the saddle and trekked steeply downhill to a lovely open valley area which had picnic tables and a refuge. After lunch, we climbed up through ...