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
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Picked up can and got on the road Stayed up on a mountain overlooking the Adriatic coastline of Italy. Tiny narrow streets made it hard to navigate our van through the town Wandered through town at night to get loose kebabs Castle visit. Built in 837. Souvenir shops Arrival of Harry the ...
... got up to 24 knots and the seas got much bigger, I kept thinking that you could surf these waves ! So we wedged ourselves in and felt like we were on a roller coaster ride at times. After 3 hrs of this we were glad to see the Italian coast. We arrived in Vieste at around 18.00 moored up and went straight to the bar and had a long cold beer or two ! Supper tonight was out in the town, plenty of pasta and pizza. 58 miles travelled ...
... this coastline unforgettable.We went inside a number of different grottoes on the Gargango coast and saw many sea caves.
We returned to Vieste for a pasta-making demonstration with lunch.
Cooking pasta class - made three different pasta shapes using fresh made pasta dough. ...
... beautiful beech, maple and ash trees, there sprig leaves looking fresh and bright. The path made its way gently downhill for about 9 km’s and ended at a picnic site where we had lunch. We then retraced our steps back to the van. It was a lovely walk and I love walking through forests, especially when the sun is so hot, but it could have been enhanced by the odd view or two. We did see a woodpecker and a fox and a small dog followed us up ...
We left Rome at 8 AM, stopping in the nearby hills to learn about the Roman Emperor Hadrian, at the ruins of his monumental villa at Tivoli. An enthusiastic traveler and builder, his lasting legacy includes his great wall across Britain, the domed Pantheon, and his stylish beard.