La Buona Forchetta - Sant' Anna
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews La Buona Forchetta - Sant' Anna San Giovanni Rotondo
Travel Blogs from San Giovanni Rotondo
... go off the main road and in the distance on the mountain one gets the first view of San Giovanni. The lights on the summit (about 600 meters up) shine brightly in welcome. We were dropped off at our hotel in time for a quick meal at the hotel restaurant then off to bed to await the morning and our new adventure for the day. Hotel Vittoria was ideal as it was steps away from the Sanctuary.
The next morning, the ...
... tax returns, attempting to set up jobs in London, skyping with some intermittent beach lying and reading.
It was time to pull our finger out and make it to Rome. After being blown away by Greece, Rome had a lot to live up to. It was already on the back foot after looking at the prices of doing anything in the place. The drive from Vieste was calculated at a little over 6 hours. After ...
Lots to report today. We had one of our best rides yet along the coast from Peschici to Manttinata through Gargano Park. Lots of rolling hills, little traffic and beautiful vistas. Between Manttinata and Manfredonia, our final destination for the day, there only two routes. One is a 2 km tunnel, closed to bikes, and the other is a mountainous road with many switchbacks. Unfortunately the local police had closed the road for a car race. We used ...
This morning got off to a rocky start. We took a "shortcut" which looked extremely promising on the map, however, the dirt road gradually turned into a two track and then a sand path through a swamp which was infested with most of the world's mosquitoes. Who knew mosquitoes loved Italy too? Eventually we pushed the bikes through the soft sand for about a kilometer while fighting off and ingesting the mosquitoes ...
... and came across an old man collecting snails; he had about 2 gallons so far in a large plastic bag. He was very industrious and excited about the future of his snails. He also knew how we could get to our destination (hint: in the opposite direction). On the way to town, we found a cheese wonderland with aged cheeses, spiced cheeses and barrels of fresh bufala mozzarella. The later of which became our lunch. Things tend to work out. Thank you ...