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One day, tired of looking for a job and annoyed at poor results, I decided to support a post which encouraged to attempt a walk. I just had to understand what did it meant. The way of St. Tommaso is a route passing trough Italy coast to coast: from Roma to Ortona, or vice versa. That’s clear! That’s clear! I could go by foot, bike or horse. Here’s my travel I chose the bike, brought it back to life, load it up and left for the challenge! Everything begins in Ortona, in San Tommaso’s square. That’s where I move from being a tourist toward becoming a pilgrim. After warm-ups around the castle I leave: direction Rome. Arrived in Pretoro, tired by too many steps, I meet the guys of “Maiella trekkers”
who provide me a flat all to myself. This is the face of someone who left at home the bag with all chargers. But I’ll have for a while. With the sun, the good mood comes back. Before leaving I take a walk and I meet Mastro Tonino, a wood artist who produces countless works. He makes and gives me a spinning top in a second. In Manoppello, the church of the Holy face is a must It can happen that an elusive woman shows you studies about that. After I interrupt musicians in the catacombs, "Hello everybody!" "Hi" and I impress a lady in the center of the town, I prepare to leave again. Ok, it was written that the road was damaged but I expected something easier! but I expected something easier!
Arrived in Corvara, tired and out of breath, I’m welcomed in a piece of heaven. I spend the night on a tree house, then I’m ready to leave again! No, it has nothing to do with Maya! In Capestrano I realize that the famous warrior moved on …never mind, I saw it from Mastro Tonino. Forced to a little detour in order to find a charger, there is no lack of landscapes! Once again I’m in the middle of nothing, stocking up on sugars. When the sun goes down, in Cerchio, I meet the amazing Guido who opens for me the Alpines’ hostel. The detour bears fruit, so let’s go again! After the rain and a night in Subiaco, I leave for the last stage. Reached the Appia Antica street, Rome is conquered!