Skip to comments.The Road to Miss Italia...
Posted on 03/21/2014 8:33:39 AM PDT by Reaganite Republican
Well put, sir
Our family was on vacation 2 years ago to Italy and totally unknown to us, the first night in Montecatini Terme was the first night of the pageant, our hotel was next door and we “stumbled” onto a parade of all the beauties.......
I had a similar experience when I was younger. In the Eighties, I was traveling around Italy by myself with a very basic knowledge of Italian. In Florence, I saw a beautiful pair of suede shoes at the Beltrami shop. When I walked inside, it seemed every salesperson or stock girl was pageant material. Beautiful skin and lustrous hair swathed in the company uniforms.
Although most of these young girls in secondary school or college, they often forget a lot. My friend in Siena married a stunning gal, Marcella, who seemed to understand most of my English but could only respond in Italian. Alessandro recently texted her photo to me; at 50, she could still give younger women a run for their money.
“In Sicily, women are more dangerous than shotguns.”
Sorry about that. Got carried away reminiscing.
Second paragraph should start:
Although most of those young girls learn English in secondary school...
the winner of this pageant here -Giulia Arena- is indeed a Sicilian
Ha ha, that’s fantastic, Trapped
BOW CHICKA BOW WOW
I don’t think they would go for a winner named Jen.
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