Grand Hotel San Michele
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... Bruce off and found the on ramp for our ferry. Got on and over to Villa San Giovanni. Had a terrible drive north in the storms but booked into the lovely Italian Hotels in Cosenza. Clean, comfortable and safe parking, now a nice dinner and a good nights sleep. Had trouble with our shower the temperature control did not work, Jen saw the hotel staff who doubted us until another English speaking Italian lady who checked it out in our room confirmed it for us, we have been ...
... at the Theatre, the Church and the park. Halfway through we were surprised by a mini rain shower, though it didn't last too long. After the tour, we followed Annalisa to Gustina's house, another one of Dad's cousins. There we had lunch and toured the basement of the house, which was where Annalisa's mother lived. After our lunch, Annalisa and Gustina took us to the house ...
... with them for awhile, although like before, Matteo, Marco and I were basically mute, as everyone only spoke Italian. After the celebration ended, we drove back down to Torano Castello to visit Mom's aunt again, as another one of her cousins was coming to see us. We talked and ate with them for awhile; even though we were stuffed from the Confirmation, we managed to eat more. We stayed a long time and then drove back to Amantea and went to bed. More adventures tomorrow, ...
... really needed a charge) We eventually found the house, we are hoping it was the right one, and took some pictures. We then made the long trip back to our hotel, and got ready for dinner. We found a pizzeria relatively nearby and ate plenty. After, we did a bit of window shopping and went back to the hotel and went to bed. More visiting tomorrow, ...
... all pointed us in different directions. Eventually, we were directed to Dad's cousin's house, who coincidentally, happened to have the same name as his aunt, Maria Barone-you can see how this would be confusing. The only person in the house was Dad's second cousin, Settimio, who walked us to his aunt's house. While walking, we discovered more (confusing) facts about our family, as his cousin ...