Dado Hotel International
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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.
... dinner or lunch. Per Andreas, an Italian meal typically includes a meat plate( prosciutto for sure), a pasta plate, main course (meat with vegetable), then salad with fruit, dessert. Unfortunately, we did not yet have this information so when the first course was served, we thought we were done, then came the next course, and the next, and the next - you get my drift.
We did not arrive until after 7:00 p.m.- no problem - in Italy it appears dinner is from 8:00 ...
Today we are going to Parma by train. As with the last trip, the train left exactly on time. Let's hope this time it is not taken out of service mid-trip! The train is very economical (around 15 Euros per person, per trip) but there are some trade-offs. There are no announcements once you are on the train confirming that you are on the right one. Also no personnel that we have seen. Passengers validate their tickets before boarding and although they must do spot checks, ...
... gear (that will have to wait until I own one) we headed back on the road in our not so race ready (and definitely not ultra luxury) rental and headed for our next stop.
Taking a little trip down memory lane, we headed back to the town of Correggio where Bree spent a summer in college working and living with a family. When we pulled into this little town we were immediately reminded that it was not only the off season but also a bank holiday so what could ...