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... up in the middle of conversation to go get more goodies to put out. You couldn't convince them you were full, either. We always had hot tea, too. These were things that I never experienced anywhere else and continue to remain some of my fondest memories of my extended Italian family.
One by one those fascinating men and women in my life became victims of aging, and now the only person I have to learn from is my aunt. It's saddening to me. ...
... Cross the Light is On) - thank goodness they were cooking on gas. We did have a laugh though! Romantic Bill then stunned everyone by giving Judy and Sandra a lovely Murano bracelet which he had bought from Venice. Can't wait for tomorrow to see what he gets next!! Back up for coffee and you guessed it - limoncello! We also managed to nick some chocolate Easter egg from the breakfast bar. Hotel and staff great. Then off to ...
... then 8 and wake up call at 7:15
Luv to all giggles
P.S grandy I am craving a parmigiana right now so that's a hint for when we get back!!!
Mikaela caught the chairlift at Annacapri which was a really lovely little town and not so upmarket as Capri. The island is shaped like an 8 with Capri on one loop and Annacapri on the other. The roads are very narrow and windy but the drivers manage OK.
... Maria then showed them how to make pizza and they all did a great job, although the woman who had been a home economics teacher did the best job by far.
Tonight was to be a ‘light’ dinner and we each started off with a plate of fresh tomatoes and mozzarella made on the farm, with salami, prosciutto and pickled eggplant. Then they brought out plates of olives, home-made ricotta, some kind of beans and a baked ...
... we saw where the lawyers practised, casts of a dog tied to a fence, a pregnant woman and a slave. In fact Pompeii was a trading port and the marina came right up to the town, but after the volcano eruption the port moved. In fact prior to the eruption there were 10,000 people living and only 1000 lost their lives. Basically the rich who didn't want to leave their possessions and their slaves that weren't allowed to leave. Apparently the town ...