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... salad, and crostata and skorpelli just like mum used to make. We also had chestnuts and torrone and loads of drinks – great day. At the end, although Zio Angelo had been quiet all day, he invited Craig to a game of checkers and proceeded to beat him – which is not easy. After we said our goodbyes Elena took us for a drive through Morcone. It is a very old and pretty town, with very tight streets – the tightest we have seen anywhere. Craig and I were ...
to those of you other than my relatives the next 4 days will be mainly family details - but you are welcome to read it.
October 24, 2014: It was colder this morning and we left Caserta with relative ease although it is still full of crazy drivers. We did mainly rural areas – it was cooler, cloudier and then foggier. However the countryside was very pretty and we didn't get lost. It was great recognizing names like Campobasso, Circello, Selvapiano etc as ...
... building. They work for the department of antiquities of Campobasso, and could open up the art exhibit at the Palazzo Pistilli , just for our group - which is awesome, since otherwise the museum is only open on Sundays. The 2 men lead us through the halls of their administrative building, out to a courtyard with a beautiful view of the city, then back through more halls and offices, losing half of us along the way.
... in place, making the park ugly-looking. We meander back through the higher end of town, annoying angry barking dogs, taking pictures of napping cats and stealing their souls. We continue back into the main piazza and onto Cafe Monarca, our go-to place for gelato in Boiano. I get chocolate and pistachio, Mario gets amarena, jam made with a local variety of sour cherry. It's sooooo yummy!
After coffee, it's off to the market for sandwich ...
... preparation less of an ordeal. We fill a bag with replacement lightbulbs to brighten up the dark hallways. We get a dustpan to gather the crumbs, and a plastic tablecloth to make dinner clean-up easier.
I also hit the bank for more cash, which will come in handy once we arrive in Rome. We also check out the travel agent, looking for information on getting to Sepino. ...