Travel Blogs from Montesilvano
... gates for business of any kind..... Arrived in ofena. House full to bursting........ Decided to kip in school car park and then see if we can camp on commune land tomorrow..... Chicken cooking...tony drink beer for a change.... Eaten sweetest juiciest nectarines Home made gluten free tortellini to die for purchased in Modena gastronomic ...
... is supposed to be historic and full of designer shops. Not sure if latter is a recommendation. Plan a didn't work out so ended up here.... Tony lost at least one stone in sweat trying to implement plan a.... Dog still attracting loads of attention. People keep wanting to photograph her...... Food good in restaurant ...
We left the vineyard late as we decided as we were not going far we would have lunch first. This was fine as the location was great for a quite picnic, we left at about two so we had an hour and a half drive to the new site! Unknown to me the satnav had other ideas, it decided to take us up a narrow lane in places no wider than the van which I handled ...
We arrived in the beautiful alpine town of Corvara, Italy around 4pm on Wednesday. A few hours later than expected after puncturing our tyre on the sharp rocks that stick out from the narrow roads. Our spare tyre was faulty and we had to call the hotel to get a mechanics number who came to our rescue. The wait was ok as we smuggled Nutella from the last B&B and the views were out of this world. Other than the Dolomites being ...
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Had an interesting drive through the mountains on a variety of roads before reaching the coast. Drove along the coastal road to Alba Adriatica, our destination for the night. Walked along the waterfront, where crossing the bike path was more dangerous than crossing the road! Fortunately there was also a definite pedestrian promenade, so we took full advantage of it to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services