Hotel & Ristorante Zunica 1880
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Ok, so 2 were mine, 2 were for others back in Aus*
Then it was off to the seaside. Ronaldo took us the 20 kms from Petritoli to the Adriatic village of Cupra Mattima. Very nice historic township with a beachside strip that very colourful and bright, bit like Miami Vice !!! We had a delectable seafood pasta ,crisp white wine, laid on deck chairs on the white sand with the Adriatic gently lapping in the warm breeze - happy!!!
With the afternoon drawing ...
... too narrow for cars. We take the stairway for a quick look around the town, and, of course, a trip to a supermercato. Fruit and veggies are not self serve, and we have to wait a while for help.The cashier is clearly annoyed that I have no change, and burdens me with a huge pile of coins in my change. Dinner is in the hotel restaurant where we continue to get amazingly friendly service. Soup and pasta is pretty good with un mezzo litro of house ...
... and I pretty much repeat lunch. The lentil soup as some After a few more outings to take in the amazing landscape, and some research into our ride on the morrow, we are ready for dinner. Fantastic assorted Umbrian bruschette, and I pretty much repeat lunch. The lentil soup as some sort of artisanal sausage in it, and is good, and the Farrotto does not have truffle and is more delicate than the lunch dish. ...
... We do very well with meat in Australia. Ricotta da pecore is a miracle of light creaminess. I have mine drizzled with honey and cinnamon, and Helen with a syrup of fruitti di bosco (berries). We are accused of going to Italy to eat, and writing gourmet blogs. There is a little truth in this. In Italy while touring, we eat out two and three times a day - more in a week here than many months in Oz, so no wonder in a foodie country we get delicious ...
Today we ventured further afield to visit Ascoli Piceno, and explore the old town. We took the little tourist train to get the most out of the visit, which started from the main square - where a lot of the beautiful buildings are built in travertine marble. We also had a chance to try their famous stuffed olives which were yum ...