Terme di Rapolla

Address: Via Melfi 170, Rapolla, Basilicata, 85027, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Melfi 170, Rapolla.
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        Travel Blogs from Rapolla

        Bella in Basilicata

        A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 20, 2015

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        We picked up our hire car from Termini and headed south to the area of Balisticata to meet up with Ornella's (Meg's friend from Alliance Francais) Father, Carmine, we were on schedule and met him at 2.20pm and immediately felt like friends. Laurie drove with Carmine and we followed him to a beautiful steep town built into the hillside, we were soon to find ...

        Villa Giulia

        A travel blog entry by megandlaurie on Feb 19, 2015

        4 photos

        After Kaye did my hair for me, we all took the tram to Villa Giulia, the Etruscan Museum. It is quite amazing that we are returning to these places and finding them equally as interesting. The age and detail of these antiquities is quite staggering, and so little is known of the Etruscans. The boys went home for a quiet afternoon while Kaye and I went into have a look around the shops, it was lovely to look at but nothing we ...

        Mingling with the Italian Farmers

        A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on May 09, 2014

        6 photos

        ... smooth and the packaging is easy to open. Once the product is checked against the standards, it has to be either accepted and sent out to Sainsbury’s, or rejected where the product must be quarantined and not released from the factory.

        Also in the quality lab I spent some time checking the packaging from the line. Following previous issues with incorrect packaging being used by mistake, an additional check was implemented where the line operator took a piece ...

        Wheat glorious wheat!

        A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on May 01, 2014

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        This week I have spent time learning more about the purchasing of wheat to be processed in the mill, the marketing of the De Matteis brands, and a bit more about quality checks carried out in the pasta factory lab before heading off to Naples to explore.

        I firstly sat with Francesco, the Raw Materials Purchasing Manager, who told me all about buying wheat and semolina. The wheat is harvested by farmers from the end of May until July, and is then stored by ...

        Pasta making is no fusilli business

        A travel blog entry by hannahgriffiths on Apr 19, 2014

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        ... yellow pasta, Teflon inserts are used, and the pasta produced is the typical pasta we are used to. The Taste The Difference pasta in Sainsbury's is made using the bronze die whereas the 'by Sainsbury's' pasta is made using Teflon inserts, so next time you visit your local Sainsbury's have a look! There is a room full of the dies in the factory and I loved looking at them all, there was even a wheel shaped one! The pasta is then dried and packaged and the really cool thing ...