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... has it that this
is the house in which Mary first prayed the Magnificat, in which Jesus
grew to manhood, and in which the Holy Family lived. Enjoy lunch before
we make our way to Assisi, the hometown of St. Francis, the patron saint
of animals and the environment, and the founder of the Franciscan
Order. We arrive in time for dinner at our ...
... and he comes down stairs in the morning and sets the table for breakfast. He then returns with the food, we feel like part of the family. The local market in Piazza Garibaldi was full of home grown produce and we walked around it eating "porchetta" panini. We picked up provisions for dinner and now we are both about to have a cup of ...
... by the priest. We timed the playing of the bells just right and they were beautiful.
We stopped for gelato and enjoyed walking around just looking at all of the sights. Later this evening we found ourselves in the large plaza listening to a regional band that was part of a school fund raising project. The band included three accordion players, ...
... Saturday is market day here in Sulmona in the Girabaldi Plaza. Lots of foods and wares for sale. One thing we learned about the Plaza and city, is that in Sept. They have horse races and jousting tournaments here. We've seen photos of the event. Looks really cool.
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Rich and Kara ...
... roasted potatoes and raddichio. I forgot to mention the wine and prosecco kept flowing and flowing.
The toasts then ensued, which were short and sweet. From there we all headed back to the hall for the desert buffet and dancing. The wedding cake was stunning, and tasted equally as well. The cakes, tortes, and pastries were all freshly made. They also had an assortment of fresh fruits, with a hand carved ...