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OCTOBER 2008, FOOD AND WINE TOUR IMAGES


By courtesy of Theresa & Wayne, and Tina & Eric, here follows a nice collection of photos taken during our last October Tour. For those who joined us in the last 9 years, some places will certainly be familiar!

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ERIC AND TINA PHOTOS:

Visiting the cheese farm at Castel del Monte Beautiful fountain in the piazza of Silvi Marina Gardens at Castello D'Avalos in Vasto Piazza San Pietro, Vatican, Rome Typical house called 'vignale' in Pescocostanzo Old woman working on a pillow lace in Pescocostanzo Picturesque spot of a  little steep street of Pescocostanzo Typical colorful confetti candies decorations in Sulmona Lidia's mother making pasta alla chitarra near Atri Professor Lino shows how to create ceramics vases Eric dancing with Chiara at the hotel in Atri John, Bob and Eric...alla salute! Wide sandy beach on the Adriatic coast of Abruzzo A flock of sheep in Castel del Monte


THERESA AND WAYNE PHOTOS:

The wooden fising system named trabocchi, in San Vito Chietino Arrosticini, spit-roasted meat sticks, Isola del Gran Sasso Wayne picking grapes Wonderful vineyards near the Abruzzo coast Wonderful vineyards near the Abruzzo coast Olives into the press at the olive oil farm in Atri Impressive view of Castel del Monte, near the Gran Sasso mountain Arrosto misto di pesce, roasted sea food at Silvi Marina Picturesque view of Piazza Garibaldi in Sulmona, near the medieval aqueduct Confetti candies decorations, a store along Corso Ovidio in Sulmona Taking pictures in Piazza Ovidio in Sulmona, Statue of Ovid Walking an incredibly narrow street in Santo Stefano di Sessanio Interiors of the Basilica di Santa Maria di Collemaggio, L'Aquila Old man showing fabrics in a local store Theresa tries to make the pasta alla chitarra, assisted by expert Lidia's mamma Nice group picture Arrosto misto di carne: lamb, pork, veal Waiting for grapes maturation Antipasti abruzzesi...this really makes your mouth watering! Castelli: stairs made with beautiful ceramics