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... and were treated not only like family but royalty. We ate, we drank, we laughed, we learned some Italian and taught some English...and we didn't ever want to leave.
Penne is in the Abruzzo region of Central Italy and is a small, quaint town with storied history dating back to around 300 BC. We were bless to have the niece of Antonio, Ertilia "Erti" take us around the town by foot. She speaks great English so we ...
As we went through the process, the first bit of news was excellent: Our plans matched our measurements perfectly! We were quite excited and hoped everything would move along with equal smoothness. That was, however, not to be the case. One by one we had to clarify items on our order, then the order had to be checked, and then a detail was found that had to be scratched, and did we want moulding on the top and bottom of the cabinets, and so on and so on. As we ...
... them of my suggestion that Abruzzo is the next Tuscany, as that is a standpoint they have held to passionately for some time. They are clearly proud of their home and what they do to help be a part of making it a more enticing place to live and visit. Our time came to an end, and he promised to come by again the next day. He asked us to have a list of tasks to be done before our next visit and we promised we would. We said goodbye and walked down to Eddie's place to ...
... at Stella d'Oro (you have to read my previous blog for the story). This time, I was insistent that we have our celebration dinner for our honeymoon there. By the time the night was over, it was a celebration to remember. We walked in right at opening hours for the evening meal, and the older gentleman who greeted us told us they would be ready in five minutes. He was charming and I said with delight that we were in no hurry. We sat and Debbie soaked in the ambiance of the ...
... grabbed a quick coffee and headed up into the heart of the mountains. For the past ten months I had dreamed of a particular scenario: To head back to the Ristoro Mucchiate, get some arrosticini and bread, and then head up to a picnic area not far away overlooking this beautiful valley in the hills to enjoy our lunch. This now became my mission. Debbie wondered at the stark landscape littered with white rocks everywhere, and especially at the occasional primitive ...
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