Last but not least, the third housewife, along with Apollonia, the housekeeper, and Clelia, Alfredo’s wife. Virginia was the second-born of three children and was a beautiful girl. Always modest and well-behaved, educated but ready to fight on the front line when it was necessary to ally with the women of the house against the three men of the Quaranta family, or rather the four, including Nicolino, who was considered by Don Alfredo as his fourth child. She obtained a diploma in classical studies, but did not continue her university career because of her genetic heart disease, which did not allow her to go down and up the stairs of the building every day, so she went out so little that she could not lead a comfortable social life.
A suite with an inner terrace located on the second floor, also accessible by lift; it has a large living area with sofa bed and an equipped kitchenette complete with every comfort. Large bathroom with walk-in shower and bedroom. All rooms overlook the historic Vicolo Carelli. A picturesque view of the Old Town is framed by a large and charming sunbathing terrace. TV and free WI-FI.