Family Hotel Promenade
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
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... day in Petritoli and the village was humming with life . The entrance to the village, known as Tre Arche, is spectacular. 3 arches framed by 2 huge medieval huge Roccas/towers .The village follows the typical pattern of this region with the main square, Piazza Rocca, at the top housing the 40 metre high clock tower (1831) and the rest of the yellow brick village winding down below against the rock face. Petritoli was a lot bigger than I thought it would be and ...
Today we ventured further afield to visit Ascoli Piceno, and explore the old town. We took the little tourist train to get the most out of the visit, which started from the main square - where a lot of the beautiful buildings are built in travertine marble. We also had a chance to try their famous stuffed olives which were yum ...
... this is where people go to get the latest from friends and share an opinion (or 5). We are met immediately by a group of men who know the Zippilis. After a quick rapid volley of Italian we hear "Oh, Cahleefornia!!!!", then we are greeted with handshakes and vibrant smiles. Also in the square is Novello Michetti, second cousin to Lisa's Mom. Smiles and handshakes again as Rita helps to translate. Last stop: the Zippili ...
... But, they had our car with automatic transmission just waiting for us when we got there. Or not. Went from a relatively spacious Audi A3 to a Toyota Yaris. I asked where the giant shoe horn was to get us into this thing -- blank stares. 3. Driving to Alba Adriatica. Once in the car, it was a good drive. Some storms passed through, but those were cool to us Californians. Lisa and I both remarked how different the landscape is than what we are used ...
... of the precious commodity that has been such a joy to have: the commodity of time. So, as I watch my children work together to build a sandcastle on a beach in Italy, I count Jenn and I the luckiest of parents because we have amazing children and the time to get to know them for the amazing people they are and will become in the future. That is until Jack picks up a stick and hits his sister.
We miss you all. We'll be home soon!