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Sunday October 26th
This morning we went to Patinella Angela's place which was actually at Elena’s house. She is a psychiatrist and clearly well off. Her house was big and lovely and they are also building an added shop/apartment nearby as an investment. Her husband Peppino, although in a wheel chair, is animated and very outgoing. Conversation with Craig was easy and the lunch was wonderful. Amazing tagliatelli with a meat/carrot sauce; then there was ...
... three children were beautiful and well-behaved and included Alessandro, Martina and the cutest, brightest daughter! Clearly there were too many names to remember so if you can fill me in Josy all the better. I will include photos. My Aunt and I had a good talk, she is a lot like mum. She gave me gifts and we had a cry but it was all lovely and easier than I expected. We found our way back to Lina’s house – it is a little challenging with hardly any roads ...
... ourselves sine it was lunchtime and we found a wonderful Masseria for lunch.
What a jackpot, I think I have found the next birthday present for two friends who have birthdays in April only 2 days apart. This place had charm, great food, an artistic owner, we hear they have live music Saturday nights and they ave rooms to rent. Simple ...
... I was given a short presentation by the CEO of the company, Marco de Matteis. The presentation was about the history of the company, and the current world pasta market. The company is family run and Marco's father is the company president, Armando de Matteis.
We began the day with a tour of the 7 floors of the mill. When the wheat arrives a small sample is taken to check the quality and if it passes this control point it is stored in huge ...
We took a flyer on a hill town that I saw a picture of in a guidebook. Sant'Agata dei Goti in the province of Benevento seemed like it might satisfy our need to find a good medieval hill town. Wow, did we ever score!
We arrived by bus, had a quick discussion and then broke into small groups with the instructions to go, discover and report. By the time that it was all over, students had managed guided tours of Romanesque and Gothic churches, had ...