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Lisa and Glenn Kline (pictured, at the Milan Cathedral) went on a nine-day trip to Naples, Bologna and Milan.
Lisa and Glenn Kline went on a nine-day trip to Naples, Bologna and Milan to visit various members of the Arienzo-Francesca family, including Bruno and Fortuna Francesca, sons Luca and Marco, Bruno’s mom Anna, and Fortuna’s siblings and cousin Claudia, who met her husband, Roberto Molinari, while working at the nanotechnology research lab at Houston Methodist Hospital. The hotel they stayed at in Naples in the historic city center was so crowded they could barely make it through the throngs of people to the hotel entrance. It had nothing to do with all the dining they had been doing. They almost “pasta’d out” at the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death when they saw a special exhibit of da Vinci’s “Madonna Litta” at the Poldi Pezzoli house museum.