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... no Multi Cheerios. We tried Cipi about 18 miles away, but no O's. Pat cut the front off one of the boxes and took it to a local shop to see if they could get them, but no go. We had resigned ourselves to a long drive to make our purchase when we went to drop off a picture to be framed at Orlandi in Formia. Orlandi has everything from clothes to appliances, furniture, groceries, and yes Multigrain Cheerios. They had nine boxes. We bought them in ...
... forest. A sign told us that some of the trees were up to 600 years old. Up and over another saddle and we were heading back down towards the campsite. It was a tough walk and we decided that tomorrow’s walk would only have one steep ascent rather than two. We estimated that we had climbed approximately 1300 metres in total over the day.
Sunday 31st May
We did a ridge walk today. Once up on the top of the ridge, ...
... the first Abbott of the abbey. This is a male only order and no women are allowed to stay up there( who does the dishes, cooking and cleaning I ask?) He had a sister, Scholasta, who could not be buried with him as she was a woman. There are still monks at the abbey( less than 40) and this is declining. This abbey did not make Benedictine Liqueur... Sorry everyone if you thought that I got bottles on the cheap and were going to bring ...
Tonight there was a program in Formia discussing travel on the Appian Way, There is a fountain along the road as you enter town. Thousands pass it every day. Very few stop to think of all the souls that quenched their thirst as they traveled through history. All the Caesars have past here. Mark Anthony and Cleopatra as well. Peter and Paul both traveled this way to Rome. It was the pilgrims road from Rome ...
... and so not a MPH. Sulmona makes the best sugared almonds in the world (they are called confetti). The museum where they show you the process was closed, as were all the shops, it being siesta time. I had to satisfy my curiosity by looking through the windows of all the confetti shops to admire what could be done with a sugared almond. John was getting hungry by this point so we stopped in one of the many piazzas and he dinned like a tourist on hamburger and a coke. ...