Hotel Blue River
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... cousin died before it was finished, and it took some time to figure out what to do with the his half. Bruno ended up buying it from the children of his cousin. Construction has been slow. It was really cool to see the process so far though. We had many questions. Bruno used to have a plumbing supply store, and the left over inventory is at this house. So are his bicycles. He took his best bike down to show us. We shouted when we saw the Cane ...
... has been going on for almost 300 years though, so they've had a bit of time...
Things we saw:
A very well done display of wall sections with frescoes still visible.
The arena...when the gladiators got good enough, they went to Rome.
Shops and restaurants...with counters with basins still intact...you can imagine the buffet.
Tombs along the main road.
... out she was on the national gymnastic team! So was Rome Aquilino. Must be in the Santoro blood. She was super nice and after about 15 minutes, John came over and said, 'well, you don't seem to be having much of a problem communicating!' The dictionary never left the table. Her sister came over a while later and we talked for a minute but by then people were getting ready to leave. It was sweet.
... 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!!
... and little piazzas. It has circular medieval wall dating from the 11th century, with 12 turrets, and surrounded by slopes full of olive trees and the valley well below. Whether it is the fresh air, the stress free lifestyle, the healthy mediterranean diet full of fresh, local produce, or a combination of these things, the average life expectancy of its approximately 700 residents is 95, compared to about 77 for Italy as a ...