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Travel Blogs from Vasto
... for coffee, just one size. It was good though. These places have skim milk and that makes coffee hardly worth it. With good fortune, we took a wrong road after seeing all the fruit stands closed for siesta and the one grocery store we knew of closed... We found one that was open and bread, cheese and salami later, we had lunch. Now we are sitting in the glorious sun on the Adriatic enjoying the weather that rolled in. One block from the beach is quite nice and not too ...
... Casterverrino and it was such an amazing experience. The tranquility and peacefulness of the area is what is most striking. We brought some flowers to the cemetary, laid them beneath the mausoleums of Nonna Lina and Zio Antonio and quietly said goodbye. We left Castelverrino grateful for having known the Marianis and hopeful that we would meet again someday very ...
... to J-P in one way or another, and some of whom remembered his last visit 32 years ago, in 1981. He was 12 years old at the time. We all ate like kings everyday and were showered generosity by the likes of which we had rarely seen. The people of Guarderfiera (as well as Italians in general) are a very passionate group who value family more than anything else. So when the rare opportunity comes ...
... on the other,
with only a low retaining wall preventing you from plunging a few
hundred feet to oblivion. And the traffic. We spent half the trip
pulling over to let other vehicles pass by. And the other half
negotiating blind corners, narrow bridges, and crowded villages. Not the
most pleasant of drives. Julie spent the bulk of the trip with her eyes
Once we were past Salerno, ...
... fisherman turns a wheel to let a giant net down (kind of like a pulley system) and then once the net is in the water the rocks attached to it sink the net down. After a while he or she brings the net back up and hopes for fish.
(more pictures below)
Maggie and Renee ...