Travel Blogs from Foggia
... building rather quickly. Foggia is la fairly large town located in the region of Puglia (similar to a state in USA), which is next to the region of Molise (where Campobasso is located). We were told that birth information could be found in Foggia for San Severo. However, the gentlemen who assisted us in the government building found in their computer several Damiano surnames, but not back to the 1800s. One man ...
... for Sunday lunch.
Whilst the four courses, including sweet, were wonderful but petite, Signor was rather puzzled that others seemed to be enjoying a game stew (a speciality of the region).
Whose fault this was, I wouldn't like to say, whether the €39 didn't cover the game stew, who knows but Signor took umbrage and snow fell throughout the night.
The Moral Maze.
I have to report that it does not happen often, in fact it is a very ...
... grotto, seeking the
protection of St Michael. Following lunch, take in the panoramic view
of the ocean and the surrounding countryside awaits you at this most
celebrated shrine of early Christianity, a shrine consecrated by St
Michael himself in 490. Return to San Giovanni for devotions,
reflection, and a restful ...
... put to the bay. We ventured back down and the girls liked around the shops and Darryl and I checked out the museum. Back to the boat as it sailed at 2 and we had lunch on board. In the afternoon we read and packed as the bags had to be outside our cabin tonight so time to get organised again and thinking about our last days. Our last dinner ...
... was perched on the highest point in town. Stressful events-decline of our credit card which entailed numerous emails to our son, Michael, realization that we took wrong adapter and our connection to the internet, my kindle(which is horrible to write on-always replacing my words with what it likes) was going to die soon, and regrets by both of us for not taking the phone on this "aventura"
So how ...
- Room service