Travel Blogs from Campobasso
My zia and Zio live in a really small town that is called Petrella. My cousin is called Julia me and my brother went out with her and her friends we went to the plaza it had a fountain that my brother pushed me in at 2010 and we saw my grandfather house he has passed away. We had a lot of food those 3 days we couldn't stop ...
IAS tour for a day spent with Iva Canepa......the weather held off most of day and even was clear while eating at La Cinta agritourismo, but after dinner we walked to see garden and farm animals and there was a 15 minute downpour with hail and heavy rain! It did not dampen the enthusiasm nor the fun of ...
... where all that was open was a Tea House (that served coffee). We went in to find a language barrier. We don't speak Italian, they didn't speak anything but. However, there was a computer. After several gestures (nice ones) and pointing and showing them the phone number. They gave it a call and found out where we were supposed to be. After our coffee,pastries and pee break, the nice gentlemen was going to show us the way. We tried to say no, just a map, but ...
... he said it was a cappuccino, so I had that instead. At Starbucks in U.S., if you want an extra shot for your coffee, of course they add espresso. I also had orange juice that wasn't orange. It was red from blood-red oranges. It was good, and tasted just like regular orange juice, only better.
Then we head to City Hall where we were going to meet Dr. Stasi that I connected with ahead of time via email. Unfortunately, he was not as much help as we were ...
... Giosue Nucciarone. They pulled out several antiquated books that showed many of his siblings But, the most exciting part of all the discoveries was that we learned the professions of our male ancestors. They were all "mobilistas." This means "designers." However, "designers" could be architects or furniture builders, or it could be designers of other things like musical instruments, which is what we heard as family stories. Tomorrow, we are going to go ...
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