Best Western Hotel Plaza
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... living abroad, no matter how distant, I urge you to connect and visit them and invite them to do the same. Heck, even if they are in the US but it's a place you've never experienced... Go. It was an experience I will always be grateful for.
Vincenzo and Erti also drove us to Pescara which is the closest "big city" to Penne. Big being a relative term. It's a popular beach town in the summer and we were all ...
... very helpful and I pretty much understood everything she asked me. At one point she got a little frustrated at a messagefrom her computer saying, "Server Timeout" and I laughed, explaining that as a computer engineer I dealt with those all the time. She finally uttered those blessed words "tutto e a posto" (everything is in place), which means that we are done. With that, we were the owners of record for all concerned in Italy! There was no time to celebrate, as we needed to get back ...
... so we headed to a couple of home stores in search of bathroom fixtures. Debbie was pretending to cry (although barely) after visiting our second "home supply" store, only to find it was nothing but rows of cleaning supplies and the like. After nearly a week of flushing our toilet to not only not have everything go down but find a few extra goodies make their way back up she was desparate for an Italian Lowe's. I assured her such a place existed, and was determined ...
... Alfonso, non e vero? (right?)". He pointed at me and snapped his fingers and pointed to me simultaneously in recognition, "Tim! Good to see you! How are you?!" We laughed and shook hands and I laughed with surprise at his recall of me. He said, "Of course, I remember you, and Luca asks of you all the time. 'Has Tim been back?'" I laughed and recalled the visit last November when Luca and I sang Ben Harper tunes (badly) in tandem. We visited briefly and I got seated. I looked over ...
... is a familiar story. For those not, it's a simple but brilliant concept. This section of the park is a broad expanse of high altitude amazement: sweeping meadows, hiking trails, cross country ski areas, and so on. Tossed about through this region is a batch of simple cabins that provide simple foods typical to the area. Rather than provide them cooked as with a normal restaurant they instead have a series of long, narrow and deep metal trays filled with hot coals ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking