Sport Village Hotel & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... still active. Neil rang a bell and spoke in Italian to a nun who opened the door to the abbey before scuttling off without saying anything. It could be a silent order. She did give us a wave however. There are some lovely frescoes but most interesting was a very old style simple coffin. There was also a statue that I thought was Jesus showing some leg. Turns out it was a saint showing his bloody scars of martyrdom or the plague.
... waiter said no and brought him an espresso with a bit of extra water. When in Italy.......
A bit more walking around this exquisite place, a quick visit to a much quieter village then back to the hotel by 4pm. We caught up and rested till 7pm when we wandered as a group to the main piazza for a drink then to a restaurant for dinner. Good pizza and wine not too bad. Cool evening. Bed by 10.45. ...
... of Italy, a town called Navelli.
We drove to the old Roman ruins of Peltuinum where the only remains were basically just the foundation stones. All the rest had been used as a resource for stone for the local villages. It is all protected now but too late she cried. We found some old Roman tiles and you can still see the finger marks made by the slaves as they formed the shape of the tile. There ...
... that gave me a bracelet, the lady who was amazed about how tall I was and all the people that will immediately give you the biggest smile when you smile at them. We checked out some cool ruïn temples, had some really nice smoothies and went for dinner at a restraunt with a live thai band that sounded like they'd come straight from the south of the US. The next day, after some more exploring, we took the night bus to Chiang Mai. Even though I was told that my ticket was ...
... a campsite just outside Pescasseroli heading towards what in winter is the ski station. The weather is hot and sunny and after siesta, we walked back towards the town centre to have a mooch around and find the tourist information centre. Pescasseroli isn't perched on a hill but is still pretty enough in its own way. It seems to be mainly geared up for the ski season. The tourist information was closed so we had an ice cream and headed back to the campsite.