Country Hotel Le Querce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... dinner until about 8:00 p.m. – but from that point on, the joint was jumping! Our meal, like many in this part of Europe, started with a meat plate which included proscuitto and salami. This was followed by bread and "chip puffs" - not sure what these are actually called but they were very light, puffy and delicious.
We are at a pizzeria so of course, the main meal was ...
... only did he make it to third base - and with Coach Vo as the third base coach you can be sure there was a large body protecting Sam with every pitch so no line drive might make contact - but Sam boldly stole home with an impressive slide into home plate. The crowd of course roared!
Following the 12-0 win, both teams posed for a photo and the Italians and Warhawks exchanged hats.
... did not want to go but he indulged the rest of us. Then we heading back closer to Parma and went to Antica Corte Pallavicina where a mini castle from the 1400's houses a cellar full of prosciutto ham.( see pics) We had a wonderful lunch there complete with linens, silver and sophisticated wait staff...all very posh and fun to learn about their region. Then back to the room to ...
... mountains to Italy. Upon entering Italy, the kids woke up and promptly informed us of their extreme hunger (they channel their love of fire trucks through an uncanny imitation) so we made our first Italian pit stop. This was where we learned just how much the Italians love Peppa Pig and pizza. Jr got a PP book in Italian which we have since tried to lose because he loves it so much and frankly, it is embarrassing how badly I butcher the ...
... the photo Laura took of me.
We decided not to get soaked and therefore didn't stop at Pavia which boasts about its medieval towers. Historically, and rather like the houses of Romeo and Juliet, families occupying one town spent most of their time feuding and trying to control parts of the town, and would have had to constantly defend their homes against each other. We stopped at Cremona for two nights and enjoyed the impressive cathedral, town hall ...