Travel Blogs from San Giovanni Rotondo
... build a wall to keep them out". Anyway he built this little getaway outside Rome so he had a place to relax when he wasn't busy conquering more peoples and taking more loot. This place was built in the 2nd century AD and it is hard to fathom how they were able to construct such a place. It includes pools, fountains, baths, dining halls, servants' quarters (about a 100 of them), the emperor's living quarters and ...
... and we were invited to lunch at his home with family and friends. There was about 25 people and were privileged to experience a wonderful Italian meal. Everyone who came brought a plate of local food. The food and wine were spectacular. Although I could not understand a lot that was being said they Included you in their conversation. ...
... building rather quickly. Foggia is la fairly large town located in the region of Puglia (similar to a state in USA), which is next to the region of Molise (where Campobasso is located). We were told that birth information could be found in Foggia for San Severo. However, the gentlemen who assisted us in the government building found in their computer several Damiano surnames, but not back to the 1800s. One man ...
... approach by Signor.
"Bruno, me old mate, here's a treat" I like Signor's style. "Signora's not a happy bunny so do you fancy a walk to the local bar?" I remember the croissants of Avola, the Spanish waitresses of Mojacar and enthusiastically wag my tail.
The moral question is, do I follow the path of health and well being that is Signora or the debauchery and hedonism that is Signor.
I've decided to go for the middle way and get them to go on una lunga ...
... grotto, seeking the
protection of St Michael. Following lunch, take in the panoramic view
of the ocean and the surrounding countryside awaits you at this most
celebrated shrine of early Christianity, a shrine consecrated by St
Michael himself in 490. Return to San Giovanni for devotions,
reflection, and a restful ...
- Free parking