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Travel Blogs from Casabianca di Fermo
... Not having to decide if someone is yelling at me or just talking to me.
11. Toilet seats.
12. Normal levels of sanitation.
13. The pedestrian right-of-way.
14. Being able to look at a clock and seeing 2:30 instead of 14:30 and having to do the math.
15. A calm, or not so calm, sense of urgency.
16. American business hours!
... such a sweet gesture. We went to a disco (a club) called Mia. Those Italians know how to party! They don't really drink a ton, they mostly just go wild and dance. Barb gave us warning that we would be out all night, so we mentally prepped all day. And by mentally prepped I mean I drank a lot of sugary Cola to get that caffeine buzz. The clubs here don't close. I think everyone finally got kicked out around 6:30 in ...
... sauce or served with bread and balsamic vinegar olive oil is an presence that has left an impression upon me.
Here are some of the awesome resources I found on the subject of olive oil:
http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellnes s/food-nutrition/facts/the-health-benef its-of-olive-oil-ga.htm
Now you may be wondering about my personal experience concerning the Mediterranean lifestyle and I am giving it two thumbs up! Since being in Italy I have noticed my headaches have decreased, and that over all I feel much livelier during the day. Also it is a relief to know that adults who follow a Mediterranean diet show delayed cognitive decline, in other words less chance of Alzheimer, which in my case has been ...
... were disappointed that the service had no music at all. Still quite interesting.
The regional food fair was interesting too. Lots of cheese, meats, candies, and canned vegetables We found the Giant Olive booth to be funny as they were deep frying the giant olives stuffed with tuna in there.
Traveling to Sulmona tomorrow.
Rich & Kara