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Stephanie: My name is Stephanie (Ciavarra) Kunz. In 2006 I ventured to "Taranta Peligna" in the provence of Chieti (Abbruzzo region) to visit my great grandmothers house which is still standing. I was told that the mayor was living in it. However, I arrived on a Sunday afternoon. Bad timing! Nothing was open. It is a very small town and the folks were all sitting outside watching as we went round and round looking for this house. I finally approached an elderly lady and mentioned my great grandmothers name and she jumped up and started excitedly talking (in Italian) and did the same (in English). I left frustrated and without ever finding the home or getting any information on any possible family.
I am planning another trip in 2009. I'm going on a cruise to the "Holy Land" and would like to try once again to find this house that my cousin saw and described to me. This time I vowed to hire someone that could drive us and speak for me so that I can find both house and information. I would like to know if this is something that you could or would be willing to do. If not, could you recommend someone who could. I look forward to hearing from you. Molto Grazie,
Denise: I am a teacher in Erie, Pennsylvania and for the last few years I have been organizing educational tours to Europe for families during our winter break (the first week in March, 9 days including flights). We have been to Greece, Italy and France. In March 2010 we would like to visit Sicily. I have never been to Sicily and I am looking for a tour with someone who really knows Sicily. Everything I read on the internet indicates that that would be you.
We usually have about 15 people, half adults and half students age 11 to 14. Don't worry, the students will be very well behaved (I will can promise that) most of the students have been to Europe with us several times and they are very interested in learning about history. For accomodations, we like family hotels. Location and clean are important, but nothing fancy.
Please let me know if you are interested in our group.
Chantal: My name is Chantal, and I am planning my October honeymoon in Italy.
We fly into Rome on October 4 2010 and plan on driving ourselves Southwards through the countrysides of Italy towards Sicily, where we want to explore the island. We fly from Palermo October 9 to Rome where we will spend the next day and a half exploring before we return for home on the 10th.
I am curious if you could send me any information that we could use for these areas. Our goal is to spend most of our time in the country sides, out of the hectic cities. But we want to use the majority of our travels to explore Sicily.
If it would be possible for you to send us any information, maps, guides for our travels, and adventure from Rome to Sicily, I would GREATLY appreciated.
also..hotel/bed and breakfast information would be appreciated.
jo: Good Morning,
Can you please quote for me this itinerary
03Oct Pickup from hotel in Rome and drive to Florence, stop at Siena to visit the cathedral and popular piazza del campo then proceed to florence for overnight sleep
04 Oct Full day city tour to Florence and later Pisa Excursion. Overnight in Florence
05 Oct Fullday shopping The Mall and Prada Outlets
06 Oct Breakfast. Drive to Sorrento. Overnight Sorrento
07 Oct cross to Capri then return to Sorrento
08 Oct Tour to Amalfi, Positano, overnight at Sorrento
09 Oct Full day tour with guide to Pompei and Naples. Depart in the evening for Messina Sicily
10 Oct Arrive at Messina. Tour Taormina and Savoca. Overnight at Messina.
11 Oct Ferry to Reggio de Calabria to Airport bound for Paris