- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the way we ran across a few people Bruno knows. John and I call him the unofficial mayor of Priverno.
That evening, the whole family was there for dinner, even Antonietta's mother - 86 years old and totally adorable. She took a sip of wine, made a yucky face, then drank it down! Antonietta made many different kinds of pizza, all vegan...how sweet are these people?? Emanuela's husband Angelo arrived after work. ...
... stopped to buy some special pasta for Emanuela.
Back home, before dinner, Enzo and Rosy arrived with a trunk full of gifts for us. They had beer, wine, books, cookies for John, and a large envelope from cousin Ernesto Santoro. I didn't get to see him this trip, so it was nice that he thought of me.
We were tired again (still!), so we went right to bed after another good meal and even better company.
... the coast road and stopped for picnic lunch by a lagoon. We continued to Minturno and checked into our hotel. We were upgraded to the only sea view room which is lovely!
We we walked along the promenade to the south east and it wasn't hard to see that all the beach bars, restaurants and hotels are closed.....end of season!
We ate in the hotel and enjoyed good seafood....glad it's open!!
After 6:15am Mass we got on the bus to go to Monte Cassino. The Abbey for the Benedictines is there. We went up the mountain to the Abbey and had a great tour. The story of the rock is that St. Benedict fell and God made the rock soft so his arm print is there. St. Scholastica liked doves and when she died St. Benedict saw doves. Then we left to go back to ...
Today we took a drive up to the village of Campodimele, whose signpost welcomes visitors with the claim: ‘Il Paese della Longevita’ - The Village of Longevity. The village is about 1,000 years old and situated on a mountain top in the Aurunci Mountains, about 25 km from the Tyrrhenian Sea coast (where Sperlonga is). The village is just a little cluster of medieval houses intertwined with stone staircases, ...