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Karen Brown's Italy Hotels 2009: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries (Karen Brown's Italy Hotels: Exceptional Places to Stay & Itineraries)
Italy is magical and this guide continues to be the best seller in the Karen Brown series. Truly a tourist's paradise-within its boot-from its tip to its famous toe, travelers will experience memorable and romantic accommodation, incredible dining, a wealth of history, incredible culture, enchanting towns and villages as well as a landscape that varies from picturesque lakes to tremendous mountain peaks and the rolling hills of Tuscany and Umbria. Let this guide introduce you to the magic and romance of Italy. 7 Regional Countryside Driving Itineraries, Descriptions of over 270 Places to Stay.
Brown Palace Hotel
Brown Palace Hotel at 17th Street and Tremont Place in Denver Colorado. Following description from the Colorado Historical Society Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation's website: The Brown Palace Hotel, America’s second fireproof building, was begun in 1889 and completed in 1892. Denver architect Frank E. Edbrooke designed the building for Henry C. Brown and co-owners W. H. Bush and N. M. Tabor. Brown paid three-quarters of the total $2 million construction and furnishing costs. The hotel has long played a role as the social and cultural landmark of Denver. It has regularly hosted U.S. presidents, foreign dignitaries, and business leaders, as well as the traveling general public. NRIS #70000157. Added in 1970
BROWN PALACE HOTEL-17th & Tremont Place
BROWN PALACE HOTEL 17th & Tremont Place National Register 4/28/1970, 5DV.110 The Brown Palace Hotel, America’s second fireproof building, was begun in 1889 and completed in 1892. Denver architect Frank E. Edbrooke designed the building for Henry C. Brown and co-owners W. H. Bush and N. M. Tabor. Brown paid three-quarters of the total $2 million construction and furnishing costs. The hotel has long played a role as the social and cultural landmark of Denver. It has regularly hosted U.S. presidents, foreign dignitaries, and business leaders, as well as the traveling general public.
brown place hotel
We decided to publish this guide earlier in 2009 so that it will be on bookshelves in time for travelers who want to experience New England in the glory of its spectacular fall foliage. However, with it's four distinct seasons and geographic diversity, New England is a delightful travel destination all year round. It has a very special allure as well as some of the nation's most charming and romantic inns. Follow the suggested countryside routes and explore its six states from Cape Cod and the byways of Coastal Maine and discover Karen's selection of what she considers the best in terms of places to settle in each night. 6 Regional Driving Itineraries, Descriptions of over 170 Places to Stay.