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After noon we hop on another train to Modena, a short 20 minute train ride from Parma. We are in the hometown of tenor Luciano Pavarotti and automobile company founder Enzo Ferrari.
Yes, we see another beautiful, grand cathedral and more beautiful piazzas. We walked through an Artisanal Craft Fair in a small piazza. We stop ...
... refuse that. I've done my bit for freedom of the press and that's a good thing! So we chat and find that Leonardo is from Rome but is a physicist working in MIlan now.
It's afternoon. We have a snack and go back to the train station to get tickets for Modena, our next stop about 20 minutes ...
Four years ago Sean and I made our first grand adventure, staying with families all over the world. Several of these families grew near-and-dear to our hearts, particularly our first family in Bosco Del Fracasso, of Italy. In September 2011, Sean and I spent three amazing weeks on Anna and Maurizio's family farm where we helped to pick the family's grapes, learned ...
... customise the car to their wishes. A lot of the car is hand finished.
- All of the cars have a final 50 km test around the roads in the Maranello area.
- Most of the cars in the museum are privately owned. Enzo Ferrari never wanted to keep any, always believing that the next car would be better. Some were sold and others recycled or scrapped.
- Enzo Ferrari's office was at the entrance to ...
... de 'hotel. You ave to go round de back to de garage". We spot the back door not less than 10 metres from the front door. Couldn't we just carry the bike across the lobby? "No. it is not possible". "Oh but I think it is possible. I can pick it up. Look!" There is a stand off. He wins.
Reggio Emilia is beautiful and, I swear, has more shoe shops than anywhere in the entire world. I've spotted a gazillion pairs I like. Could ...