Hotel Vetta d'Abruzzo
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... look very different from everyone else (WE FEEL LIKE OUTSIDERS!). In Lanciano there is a lot of break times in the week. There is Siesta, no this is not a party but a time for sleeping, drinking, eating and being with your family. This is everyday from 2-4 pm but sometimes 1-4 pm on monday. It can be quite boring for us because there is nothing to do and we're not use to it. There is also Sunday, which is even worse because everything is ...
... are taking the car back and then taking the bus into Rome. We are going to visit the Trevi Fountain and go thru the Colosseum again. It was so great the first tme. We heard that they have opened up some more of it to see.
We leave Italy on Friday morning, fly to Munich, then to London and then on to San Francisco. We should be home on Saturday. Hooray!!
... into the car, thoroughly drained from the process. I asked Debbie for just a few moments before we headed off to Leroy Merlin, and she agreed. When we return in spring with our kitchen installed, I assured her, we would be laughing about the whole experience. She showed her indominatible spirit, saying, "Heck, I'm laughing already!" That's my girl.
Leroy Merlin is only a couple of kilometers from Ikea, so we got there quickly. We headed straight back to bathrooms, and ...
... Our next stop was nearby Scafa, home of the water department. This would be the second of three utilities we needed to transfer. As soon as we got in the staffer and Giulio got into an animated conversation, and we suspected that there may be trouble. The man seemed agitated and we were concerned that sometng was wrong. He walked away briefly and Debbie inquired as to whether the gentleman was upset. "No," Giulio assured us. "He is really a nice guy." We chuckled ...
... son-in-law is the vice mayor of Castiglione, and they are determined to shake this long sleepy town awake a little bit. These shops opened in early February and consist of a coffee shop (YES!), a butcher, a produce shop and a shop for freshly made pasta and baked goods. We met Evalina, the sweet young girl who works in the coffee shop, and instantly befriended her. She spoke English about as well as I speak Italian, so we were able to get along nicely. She brought ...
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