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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... closer ?"........ asked Noel.
Mmmmm, this could be tricky ........So I went into full "convincement" mode: the drive would be spectacular, he would love putting Ronaldo through his paces , probably be a bit like the Monza tracetrack, we could pop into the seaside, have a swim and lunch by the Adriatic, stay overnight in the lovely town of Ascoli Piceno ......As Noel has been known to say "Happy Wife, Happy Life" , he agreed, fulling knowing that he was being ...
... into the park attached to the Abbadia and find ourselves among the extensive buildings which make up the complex and the associated Hotel Forestia, cafes, and information centre. E10 each gets us entry to the Abbey, and we do not feel ********e by. Everything is beatifully restored and exhibitions within are thoughtfully displayed. Aside from the huge Abbey church which is being decorated with olive trees, ...
... and when we have consumed them we discover he has taken our panniers to our second floor front room. The view of the mountains is fantastic. He offers to wash our bike gear as well. The hotel is just above the town, and there is a stairway leading from the front gate to the main Piazza, where the main road passes through an archway under a clock tower. This is a very old town, quite large with houses arrange along crescent shaped terraced ...
We think we'll probably never come back here, so we decide to spend a day taking it all in, and resting tired muscles. The breakfast buffet is varied, and includes large bowls of home-made yoghurt and ricotta da pecore. After breakfast we walk uphill out of the village and we are overtaken by a number of vans bumping along with cargoes of hang gliders and para gliders. When we get to the launch point they are ...
Another beautiful day. Chilly enough for jackets. We eat muesli, pack and head down to one of the local bars for breakfast cakes and coffee and we're on the road. The day is perfect, and emerging from a short tunnel we head up the valley, passing a trout farm, and what is possibly a thermal power station. Peaks tower over us on both sides. After about 7km we reach Castelsantangelo, another ancient village with walls and towers scaling the ...