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Discussion in 'International Member Clubs' started by Lupo, Dec 2, 2015.
Sicilian - my mother was born there....
Finally Italians are surfacing!
When I was stationed in Italy for 2 years working on a Nike Hercules base with the Italian Air Force I lived in a small village called San Siro Di Sopra
This was my apartment:
It was above a local bike and small engine repair that the landlord owned and worked in. His apartment was next to mine. They were a very nice family and kind.
This is where I worked part of the time. The four building closest to the radio tower was where the U.S. army personnel had their operations offices, small PX, dining facility and barracks for single soldiers. It looks like part of it is now a community center. I know they were housing immigrants there for a little while:
And this is where I worked the rest of the time.
Its where the missiles where stores in the hangars and rolled out on rails to the launchers. I think they're leased to local farmers now to store hay.
Questo me l'ero perso!
100% roman guy here (forced to move to paris)
...forced to move...
Da mo' che te stamo a traccià !
Improvvisamente me sento sulla tuscolana
100% Italian heritage from Providence RI, I work at the Venetian, Palazzo and reside in Las Vegas. Grazie Mille
Ma che è tutta 'sta caciara?
Di caiciara ne vedo poca...
Roman here, presente
Il gruppo G.R.A. s'ingrossa !
Mettete comodo !
You have landed on the best web site in the world !
Here I am, Italian from Tuscany. Hi to ev'rybody!
Maremma bona, che emozione!