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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 ...
... a campsite just outside Pescasseroli heading towards what in winter is the ski station. The weather is hot and sunny and after siesta, we walked back towards the town centre to have a mooch around and find the tourist information centre. Pescasseroli isn't perched on a hill but is still pretty enough in its own way. It seems to be mainly geared up for the ski season. The tourist information was closed so we had an ice cream and headed back to the campsite.
... at you and steal all of you money, so I devised a cunning plan to have some cash in my pocket that was zipped, cash in my shoe and cash in our bag. I wore my pack on my front to be ready for anything. We walked to the railway station( about a block) and I was prepared with the "**** you look" but the station was almost empty. We could not find the platform number and so Big Ems chatted up a Naval Officer to give us directions. ...
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 ...
... same path as us. Although we had aspirations of climbing Monte Greco today, the clouds once again looked like we would have to revise our plan. It was nice to have someone else to talk and as we ambled downhill through the village, he told me that although he lived in Austria, he lived in Vienna Woods so was two hours from the mountains. He enjoyed his walking though and in particular in winter, putting skins on the bottom of his skis to climb to the top of the snow ...