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Antonietta has been washing our clothes, cooking our food, and being her usual energetic self. Bruno called her Speedy Gonzalez...little did he know that I LOVED that cartoon when I was a kid.
In the morning, Bruno went out to find some boxes for us to use to send home all our gifts...just like last year, we are loaded with olive oil, marmalade, books. But this year there is also wine, beer, cookies, and one kilo of coffee beans!
He came in ...
... man in a uniform...we know how this is going to go...) came and said 'Non mangiare qui!' John was quick to say 'that's the ONLY person in Italy who says to NOT eat!'
Antonietta was telling us how good the coffee in Naples is, so we had some after visiting the ruins. Naples coffee...it's famous, and we can see why. They say it's the water.
We walked for a bit to visit a large cathedral. On the way back to the ...
... I thought, 'well, at least I'll die with family in a place I love!' If this were in the USA - the dinner would have been cancelled - no one would go out in those conditions. But, these people are tough and everyone showed up at the restaurant safely and without complaint.
Dinner was at a very popular (based on the crowd!) pizza restaurant with: Bruno, Roberta (daughter of ...
A very enjoyable trip from Lake Bracciano. We stopped at Sutri to visit the Amfitheatro and ancient caves. Unfortunately we couldn't visit the old town as it is closed on Mndays! We then visited Anzio and the Wartime Cemetary which was immaculate and a very quite peaceful and honourable place. We stopped for coffee and cake at a beach cafe and couldn't resist the Nutella tart....yum yum!
We then ...
... pictures of the decorations!
After the hike we stopped at a nearby picnic area with a nice breeze and enjoyed the lunch that we had packed up, including very tasty left over's that Maria Pia had given us from dinner the night before. It was fun watching a group try and get their bbq going to cook their lunch. The twigs they scavenged for were so dry they were not getting the charcoal bricks going enough to get ...