Hotel Valle Rossa
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Valle Rossa San Giovanni Rotondo
Travel Blogs from San Giovanni Rotondo
... drive into the forest of Umbra for a picnic.
We drove for about an hour along more of the narrow, winding mountain roads that lead to the state forest. Arriving at the center of the park we found most of the park trails closed (duh...it is October) so we continued on the state forest road and decided to skip the picnic. It took another couple of hours to return to our hotel in Mattinata. Not ...
... town. With the sun shining it was one of the nicest days to date as far as the weather goes. Wasting no time, we changed into our swimsuits and took advantage of the warm sunshine. We had lounge chairs on our deck and relaxed for a couple of hours. We then played some cribbage where Jerry finally broke through after two weeks of Kathy kicking his butt.
... of the mosaics are taken. They are beautiful. There is also a relic of St. John Paul II. Then we went to Monte Sant'Angelo on the bus. It was up a mountain. St. Michael the Archangel appeared to a bishop in a cave there. We went to the cave. When we got back to San Giovanni Rotondo there was a St. Francis parade because it was the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. There were several thousand people. Padre Pio was a Capuchin Franciscan ...
... the hotel in San Giovanni Rotondo. When we got to the hotel we checked in, went to our rooms and unpacked. I did some homework. Then we went downstairs to walk to the Shrine of Saint Padre Pio. When we got there we prayed the rosary in the newer church, the Padre Pio Pilgrim Church, and saw Padre Pio's incorrupt body. Finally we ate dinner at the hotel and went to ...
... the site of an abbey founded by the Benedictine monks in 1045. The castle was built in the 1700's to keep out the Turks. It is fairly run down, but there is restoration work going on in the church, which has a lovely mosaic floor, which looks Roman. There was no-one else about so we explored the castle and then walked to the other end of the island and back. There were hundreds of little lizards, which shot into the undergrowth as ...