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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... little town. We talked a bit about my grandmother, her brother, and their parents who were all born and lived here. He asked if I remember the pictures of their house that he sent me. Yes I did. Then we turned up another street. When I saw its name, I asked Bruno, 'questa è la strada?!' This is the street?! 'Sì, numero sette.' I looked up and we were standing in front of number seven...THE house where my ancestors lived! It's been updated of ...
... stopped to buy some special pasta for Emanuela.
Back home, before dinner, Enzo and Rosy arrived with a trunk full of gifts for us. They had beer, wine, books, cookies for John, and a large envelope from cousin Ernesto Santoro. I didn't get to see him this trip, so it was nice that he thought of me.
We were tired again (still!), so we went right to bed after another good meal and even better company.
... time to see everyone!
That afternoon, we walked to Vittorio and Carolina's for a visit. She immediately put snacks on the table and encouraged us to eat. Then she brought us downstairs to the cellar and showed us all the oil, wine, and everything else they keep down there. (Edu's mom was the same way in Bueu). She must be in her late 70s but she rushes and runs around so fast, ...
... museum. It had some old stone equipment used to press olives; and even some documents and other items from WWI and WWII, including a Nazi helmet.
We drove back home for another great meal, then began a stroll to the town center of Priverno. We walked by the original city wall - from medieval times! John was very much into seeing it and the towers. We took our time, accompanied by a sweet little dog. We walked by an ...
A very enjoyable trip from Lake Bracciano. We stopped at Sutri to visit the Amfitheatro and ancient caves. Unfortunately we couldn't visit the old town as it is closed on Mndays! We then visited Anzio and the Wartime Cemetary which was immaculate and a very quite peaceful and honourable place. We stopped for coffee and cake at a beach cafe and couldn't resist the Nutella tart....yum yum!
We then ...