Travel Blogs from Campobasso
... though. The agritourismo was beautifully located, food was ok (how many ways can you serve fava beans?) and was run by a veterinarian. The animals and gardens were very nice and food authentic of the typical area and seasonal foods. The flowers and arbor were so abundant and gorgeous - spring has ...
... is they don't stop feeding you. First there are four dishes with various salads and eggs and bread and meat casserole (?) along with bread and wine. We thought this was it. Stupid Canadians....then comes the pasta course.....we caved half way through this one....she wanted to bring the salad and sweets but we said no. I hope we didn't hurt their feelings. We paid and then went for a walk in the country side. Beautiful, peaceful, scenic....and quiet. You could walk ...
... he was gracious. Maybe we were spoiled the day before at the archives where they found many things for us about our ancestors. Dr. Stasi said that there was a fire during WWII in 1943 that destroyed many records. We knew about that since it was found on the Internet. But, it was definitely disappointing that there were no business records available from the 1800s, etc. Nor did he have historical knowledge about the making of musical instruments in the town, ...
... Hall where we will meet with Dr. Stasi, whom we connected by email a few weeks ago. He may be able to help us discover more about "mobilista."
It was very interesting to me that even though we all had very limited understanding of one another, just knowing a few Italian words that I recently learned (and with help from an Italian-English dictionary) we were able to communicate for the most part to accomplish what we wanted. And, it was a ...
... br> country and prepare you for all that you will experience in the days to
follow. We stop at Montecassino, a beautiful town founded by Saint
Benedict in 529. Enjoy lunch and then continue through the countryside
heading east to Padre Pio’s town, San Giovanni Rotondo, our base for the
following two nights. Dinner and ...
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Via Gianbattista Vico No 2A, Campobasso | 4 star hotelfrom $135
Contrada San Vito 15/B, Campobasso | Hotelfrom $134
Contrada Tappino 61, Campobasso | 3 star hotelfrom $74
Via Insorti d'Ungheria, Campobasso | 4 star hotelfrom $158
via Labanca 37, Campobasso | 4 star hotelfrom $134