Nyce Club Mediterraneo
Travel Blogs from Montesilvano
... fisherman turns a wheel to let a giant net down (kind of like a pulley system) and then once the net is in the water the rocks attached to it sink the net down. After a while he or she brings the net back up and hopes for fish.
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Maggie and Renee ...
HEYYY! Most of our trip we have been in Lanciano. Lanciano is a very small town in the Abruzzo region of Italy founded in 1181 bc, it has a population of 36 570. It is very beautiful and full of great things to visit and see, we love it here. This town is nothing like Rome, it is very small, no english :( and very few tourists. The citizens here know that we are obviously tourists because we do not speak Italian (although we try) ...
... to have such a wonderful guide who also happened to be family.
Anyone can plan a trip to the big cities of Italy, but to have an experience like we did in Penne made us feel very blessed. We got to experience things like homemade meals and Sunday mass for the confirmation of one of Carmella & Antonio's grandchildren. After the confirmation, about 30 of us all dined together at a wonderful restaurant. If you have ...
... was dumbfounded. I asked why they would send someone to take a measurement if they couldn't deliver there? My frustration was getting the better of me, and I took a deep breath. "Un dirretore, per favore." (I need a supervisor, please). She nodded and disappeared, quickly returning with her supervisor. I asked what the situation was and whether he explained the situation better or understood the situation better is unclear, but we finally got it. The young lady was looking on the ...
We awoke Monday refreshed and ready to get back to all matters house. We had two days left to take care of business and were ready to hit the ground running. Debbie and I decided to get a coffee at the little shop in town and left a note for Giulio to let him know. We made the walk to the shop only to be greeted out front by him chatting on the phone! We went into the shop and finally got to meet the esteemed Mrs. Ventura. He ordered us coffee and she opened up a bag ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility