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... are priests) came to her and gave her prayer and Eucharist then they took her away on a stretcher. They "shush" people over the loudspeaker reminding everyone that it is a church not a ride at Disney. "shhhhhhhh" sounds like its coming directly from god and the heavens... These walled towns are gorgeous. I want to live in one someday. They seem safe and cozy. They spring up all over the hillside. What seems like it shouldn't hold one building let alone a town, ...
... make a connection with someone important, it happened with love and caring. We left Guardialfiera with very heavy hearts knowing that we we were not likely to see many of the wonderful people we had met ever again. On a warm sunny day, we said goodbye to the small town with a big heart, grateful for the chance to be with such special people, even if it was for a short while. Ciao Guardialfiera, ti amo!. ...
... on the other,
with only a low retaining wall preventing you from plunging a few
hundred feet to oblivion. And the traffic. We spent half the trip
pulling over to let other vehicles pass by. And the other half
negotiating blind corners, narrow bridges, and crowded villages. Not the
most pleasant of drives. Julie spent the bulk of the trip with her eyes
Once we were past Salerno, ...
... edge of the center of the village in Castiglione so we headed down to check it out before heading up into the hills. The day was dazzling bright and we began our stroll by going down our tiny street of Via Regina Margherita. The "main" road of Via Roma forks off just before our house into Piazza Umberto I, which is really nothing more than a parking lot. From Piazza Umberto the road funnels down right outside our kitchen into a road that is barely wider than an ...
... for the rest of the day with Sarah hot one minute, shivering the next and hanging her head over the toilet bowl in between. Happy days!!
Mikayla and Mike set off to find something for dinner, which we had to surreptitiously sneak through the room and eat huddled on our tiny balcony so as not to alert Sarahs sense of smell prompting another mad dash to the bathroom.
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