Hotel Residenza 100 Torri

Address: Via C. Mazzoni, 6, Ascoli Piceno, Marche, 63100, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via C. Mazzoni, 6, Ascoli Piceno, is near Duomo (Ascoli Piceno), Pinacoteca Civica, and San Gregorio.
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    Travel Blogs from Ascoli Piceno

    "Weaving" our way across Italy ......

    A travel blog entry by rnnladolcevita on Oct 06, 2015

    5 comments, 49 photos

    ... day in Petritoli and the village was humming with life . The entrance to the village, known as Tre Arche, is spectacular. 3 arches framed by 2 huge medieval huge Roccas/towers .The village follows the typical pattern of this region with the main square, Piazza Rocca, at the top housing the 40 metre high clock tower (1831) and the rest of the yellow brick village winding down below against the rock face. Petritoli was a lot bigger than I thought it would be and ...

    Day 10: Easy riding. Amandola - Abbadia di Fiastra

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 11, 2015

    10 photos

    ... a wedding, there are the cloisters, therefectory, Chapter house, wine cellars including a wine making museum. The hotel building is in the same style as the monastic buildings, and our room is spacious and pleasant. The staff, however are all women who seem the have undergone a charisma-ectomy. The appear to be inexperienced and perhaps overworked. Dinner at the hotel restaurant is unremarkable. More to come + ...

    Day 9: Down the other side. Castellucio - Amandola

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 10, 2015

    9 photos

    ... is quite steep, and Helen walks some of it. A bus load of walkers have been disgorged from a bus, and are high above us on the slopes of Mt Vettore. The view from the pass is magnificent. Jackets are on for the descent because there is a chill in the air and we bomb down with the enormous cliffs of Vettore looming up into the clouds on our left. We continue through dense forest, most of the time in shade on a winding undulating quiet road, ...

    Day 8: Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 09, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... best in the world and don't require soaking. The soup is peppery, has a toastie floating in it, and also a delicious pool of olive oil. Farrotto della Locanda is like risotto, but made from Farro - an Italian grain, which is not wheat or barley, with grains as large as barley. This dish comes with lots of flavoursome mushrooms, and just the right amount of truffle. Buonissimo! We wash it down with un quarto ...

    Day 7: Now the climbing! Visso to Castelluccio

    A travel blog entry by dmacrae on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... tornanti, but the steepness is less savage - a bit like the climb from Yarra Glen. Finally we emerge from the forest and after a few kms of more gentle climbing, breast the Passo Di Gualdo (1600m) with a view across the Pian Perduto (Lost Plain) towards the hilltop village of Castellucio with the Pian grande behind. We shelter in the tiny chapel to eat our lunch, but the fox who tried to open my panniers last year is nowhere to be seen. ...