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Travel Blogs from Venosa
... Translation: “Come on in… I work here. Let’s see what we can find.”) We went into an unremarkable little room with loads of blue (birth), red (marriage) and brown (death) books on the shelves covering one whole wall. I told him the date I had for the birth of my grandfather, Giuseppe Nardi in 1858 and we found him in no time. Then, from the ages of his parents, Teresa Gasparrini and Angelo Nardi, and ...
Traveling in Italy has turned to be a surprise in two different points of view.
Traveling without a travel guide let me take the things as they come along. An enormous extraordinary traditional design of houses appeared in southern Italy to be a main attraction. A ...
This place is crazy. Totally a fitting welcome to this fun country. We show up in the morning from our overnight ferry. There's total confusion as to whether the pedestrians are to get out with the cars or somewhere else. Bikes, we assume go with the cars. Of course that is until someone decided to tell us differently. Everyone waits in the boat for 15 minutes having no idea what's going on. When the doors finally open, the cars don't ...
Had a great time in Potenza, resting eating, enjoying some quality time with Pino's sister's family - Olympia, Angelo, Pasquale and Simona. I went site seeing with Olympia and then site shopping with Angelo when he got back from his work in the Batipaligia carbinieri (we went looking for a present for Betty's commune "festa" on Sunday). The next morning, a little weary of re-enacting my Salerno-Potenza journey I picked a fairly close destination and started pedaling ...
What a ride! 130Km of hills, hills and more hills. The Apennines were magnificent, the road though left much to be desired - biking wise. It was one of those roads you just have to shout out: "didn't these planners have non motorized vehicles in mind!". The road begins by climbing uphill from the sea line and then continues with a series of descents and ascents that ...
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