Robert's Mission Call 12 03 2009

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

City #1 San Remo

We received a call from the mission home today letting us know that Robert arrived just fine. He spent the day with President Dunaway and the office staff.

Sister Dunaway called to let us know that Robert is a wonderful young man who smiles a lot and seems happy and that he is very polite and will be a great missionary.

She also told us that he will be serving with an Anziano Mosley (sp) in the city of San Remo.

Here are a few pictures of the area and a map...

Sanremo[1](Sanrœmu in Ligurian) is a city with about 57,000 inhabitants on the Mediterranean coast of western Liguria in north-western Italy. It was founded in Roman times and is now best known as a tourist destination on the Italian Riviera and the host of cultural events such as the Sanremo Music Festival and the Milan-Sanremo cycling classic arrival.
Sanremo enjoys special weather conditions throughout the year due to its vicinity to the Mediterranean Sea and the presence of Maritime Alps right behind the town, Monte Bignone, the highest peak, being some 1,300 m above the sea level. So the town shows a climate that is often described as one of 'perpetual spring', with warm days and chilly nights and little variation of temperature around the year. These conditions make Sanremo one of the most attractive tourist destinations on the Italian Riviera.

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