Relais del Castello di Oviglio
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... of how Elena manoevred her car. We saw the various churches, castello and her Psychiatric Hospital. We also saw where Padre Pio (saint) did his novena here and apparently he was born in a little town nearby – he is certainly a popular person round here and has the most statues after Jesus!
Eventually we went back to Lina’s place and they had planned to take us out for Pizza!! Not what we needed. They were astonished that we chose to share a ...
... call, and then all was silent. I wonder if the bear was trying to raid the bee hives again and the owner was scaring it off. Maybe this time the electric fence around the hives worked and made the bear call out that first time. Actually, on Wednesday night the bear had gone back to L'Ape e L'Orso and destroyed all the remaining hives. The owner, while being reimbursed for the damage by the park service, was going to need to relocate the hives for ...
... to be the only ones able to stand up to the Roman Empire, and did so for about 50 years before finally being overtaken. It remains their greatest accomplishment - the Sanniti are the people who stood up to the Romans. Their motto is "Rudii e Fieri" - stubborn and proud to be.
As we are getting ready to move on in our day of visiting, and chatting with the museum curator, she suddenly calls over a couple of gentlemen who ...
... seasoned with more of those magical mountain herbs I had gathered on the return walk from Torrone del Molise. As a family, we've managed to buy out two kinds of wine at the local store, so we've switch to another kind, that happens to come in 4-litre plastic jugs. At least we transfer it to a pretty bottle for the table. We finish the evening with a little Fernet, a little Limoncello, a few amaretti cookies and stories of the bus that comes every 20 minutes.
... agent only sells train tickets and can't - or won't - help. So much for Sepino, we'll save it for next time.
Speaking of trains, Lesley and James arrive from Rome on the 5:30 train this evening and, as per tradition, we all head out to meet them at the station bar, where we share drinks and travel stories. We get them settled in at Hotel Mary, 2 streets ...