Bed & Breakfast Casa Pascolone
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All in all this was one of the most challenging and important assignment for the fledgling, but pacesetting Ernesto Tours (ET).
It went a bit like this.
John and Sue fly to Verona from Belfast and stay one night at 37 Stradone Porta Palio (the 'mini Jesus')
Ernesto and Maureena (have I mentioned those names ...
Our first stop in Italy involved a love of pizza, a love of gelato and a love story about this broad named Juliet or something. For me, this place became even better second time around. The food was better and the gelato I had last night was made from like, real lemon and mint. It actually felt like I had been licking a lemon for 10 minutes it was so good. As Callum pointed out, the food here is packed with awesome flavours for your taste buds to ...
... couple needed to have a chamomile tea to calm them down! Back to the hotel room and after a little rest we ventured out to do a big shop getting ready for Pistoia – no perishables but did find interesting bits and pieces and thousands of Balsamic vinegar options – all made in Modena! We are too pooped to go out again so spending time catching up on this blog and ate food in the ...
... 8217;t start until 9 pm so we walked looking for a nice place for dinner and we found LA GRIGLIA. We ate outside under large umbrellas and it was a lovely balmy evening. Craig enjoyed his
Roast veal with parmesan cheese, rocket & pine nuts. I had a yummy Basil
Gnocci with zucchini and a nice sauce. The salad and wine were good too. We
walked out to the Arena and it was very crowded. Our seats were excellent –
really close and ...
... room. We then took the bus into Verona. How different it was compered to
Last time it was cold and winter. Today it was SO CROWDED. Lots of tourists, children and plenty of various nationalities. Verona is still very beautiful and we walked through the city centre – the shops are great and we visited the Library to try to access free Wi-Fi – needed
our passports! We did a little shopping at ...