Relais Villa d'Assio
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... to camera monitor for this last shot…..who was I kidding…..last shot….HA! Picture captured…let’s eat!!
But……before we eat they want to show me the oven. The oven. Big deal, an oven is an oven. Um…..WRONG. This thing is a freaking IGLOO! There’s this HUGE wood fire oven in the kitchen. I look in and know I’m in trouble – this meal is not only going to be amazing, but ...
... various neighborhoods, each with their own banner and colors, so you know when you've crossed from one neighborhood to the other. Then there are postings telling of competitions these neighborhoods have with each other. I wonder what's the story behind the divisions. I know that there's a lot of historical rivalry between neighboring towns here in Italy--but I've never seen a tiny hilltop town subdivided like ...
... feel about them going on this pilgrimage with this ecclectic group.
"They really trust this priest. So they trust his judgement in choosing who should be the counselors on this trip"
Time to go for some ice cream. I join the parade down the narrow valley where the kids all cluster around the village's one gelatteria. The Polish guy has a mandolin and we sit in the alley and play music. Nobody in the neighborhood seems to mind.
One of the young boys ...
... when I was a child. I have wonderful memories of my life there. Neighbors were always sharing things with each other... there was no tension with our Muslim neighbors. We still like to prepare Moroccan dishes" "So why did you leave?" I ask "When the king of Morocco died, Moroccan Jews were afraid that the new king might not be as supportive of the Jewish minority. Many left to Canada, the US and Israel. Later we realized our fears were ...
Thursday 14.04.2011 - We woke up to a delightfully sunny day; a blessing after the rainy day before. We went downstairs and for breakfast had a very healthy (not) cream (Greg) and apricot (Kerrie) croissant washed down with a tasty cappacino. We decided to continue with Plan A from the previous day and ride north following the spine of the Appenine chain with a target destination of the small town of Rieti in ...