Grand Hotel Rinascimento
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and Ninatta we set off to find mum’s old house where she lived in Fuschi (Selvapiana). This is located behind Zia Rosinella’s house. She is the lovely lady who was married to Donato, now dead; mother of Doriano & we met his LOVELY wife is Rosa. Rosinella is also Zio Vittorio’s sister – Vittorio Rinaldi from Melbourne. All this detail is for my family and so that I remember.
Mum’s house is now in ruins but looks great ...
... three children were beautiful and well-behaved and included Alessandro, Martina and the cutest, brightest daughter! Clearly there were too many names to remember so if you can fill me in Josy all the better. I will include photos. My Aunt and I had a good talk, she is a lot like mum. She gave me gifts and we had a cry but it was all lovely and easier than I expected. We found our way back to Lina’s house – it is a little challenging with hardly any roads ...
Today Susan and I crossed 1,000 kilometers pedaled so far! Although we are still along the coast, the terrain has become more hilly and much more rural south of Pescara. The shore is dotted with little fishing villages and roadside stands where the fisherman sell their daily catch. We stopped in the town of San Salvo Marina, got a beach front hotel room, slept on the beach for a while and then enjoyed another great fish dinner. Thanks for coming ...
... arrived at the Palazzo Pistilli where Italia, the guide, obviously had a very real and tangible passion for the works of art she showed us in dimly-lit rooms. Included in the small collection were works by Trivisonno, a Campobasso-born artist responsible for a lot of the frescoes in the city's churches. What a lucky break this had been! (It certain evened out the bit with the train this morning)
Then it was onwards up the ...
... 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 ...