Cascina Garden Hotel
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LocationMap this hotel
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Campobasso
... put up with native speakers making fun of our mistake -I promiss, darling, me making fun of hungry/angry, was the first and last time I'll make fun of your English- and to be one of the few sane people in Perugia. It's wonderful how your Italian is so incredible -Which comes in handy, especially when dealing with ****** carrental people- how you stay so calm, eventhough you're surrounded by nutheads and how ...
... salad, and crostata and skorpelli just like mum used to make. We also had chestnuts and torrone and loads of drinks – great day. At the end, although Zio Angelo had been quiet all day, he invited Craig to a game of checkers and proceeded to beat him – which is not easy. After we said our goodbyes Elena took us for a drive through Morcone. It is a very old and pretty town, with very tight streets – the tightest we have seen anywhere. Craig and I were ...
... through – remembering them from Dad. When we got to near Castelpagano we went to a petrol station and rang my cousin – called Lina Rinaldi!! Because the GPS couldn’t go any further, Lina’s husband Tony arrived and took us home to their farm. Lina, my cousin is much shorter than me and you can see in the photo that I towered over them – yeh!! Her daughter in law Carmela (great name mum) and her daughters Martina and Sofia were gorgeous. We ...
Is it sad how happy I am that my months of research putting together my little Campobasso guide book, and accompanying city map, have finally paid off? It came in REALLY handy - almost as handy as the map of Boiano would've been if I had actually printed it - but I digress.
Of course, what better way to start the trip than to have our train to Campobasso show up 45 minutes later than scheduled. That's ok, it's enough time ...
... explain all the types of nougat they make and sell, making an effort for us in her broken English. She offered us samples, and talked of her sister in Toronto - everyone here has at least one relative in Toronto. We left with bags full of long bars of torrone, little bit-sized bonbons and chocolate. We should be good for a while.
Back to the apartment, Mario and I cooked up some fresh rigatoni from a shop in town, with a garlicky ...