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Avoa Room

My grandmother's room was, formerly, the biggest in the house, also occupied the space of what today is the bathroom of the Cheminea Room. It has, besides the matrimonial bed, a cot and another small bed for the children, my mother remembers that when anyone was sick can go to sleep to the room of the parents and that in the cot there was always a baby, because my grandmother had six children.
The Avoa Room has two windows in the bedroom, in front of the 1.5 m forged bed, where the wall has been left visible with the granite stone; the rest of the room has been painted in warm tones. The closet and the high night tables are family relics with more than a hundred years of cares and of use. The bathroom, in blue and white tones, is interior and has hydro-massage bathtub.