Daytona Business Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDaytona Business Hotel Collecchio
Stayed 14 nights at this Hotel. Food was a bit lacking never order the prawns.....very Chewy, over cooked, would never be allowed in Australia. A medium steak is closer to very rare....steak was at least nice flavoured, lucky I enjoy a red piece of steak. Staff all very nice.
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... one that I would bring back. The gnocchi though has always been one of my favorites and it was so eaaasyyy to make! So was the pesto, so you if you're not friends with me now, you're going to want to be because I may not be a chef, but I can follow a recipe pretty darn well. Another weird thing: balsamic vinegar caramel--strange, but good!
On Saturday, I had a field trip for my Food, Culture, and Society class ...
... ones, with some fairly complicated train trips. But Joy will get to see the birthplace of her favourite boyfriend. Milan is only about 30 miles away, and we really could not pass by the chance to pay our respects to the great man.
More of this tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. Somebody famous said that didn't they?
Photos for this section of the blog are from Michael's wanderings. Joy's doggies are going up all on their own!
... shop for underwear in Yamamay! They grizzle at each other, they growl, they ignore, they whine.... They prance, they drag their feet, they amble and loll, they patiently wait, they ask 'can we go now?', they can be an unhappy fella, they pee, they c**p..... They are a status symbol, a loved companion, a way of meeting people.....they are Parma's dogs!
Where else in the world ...
... one can go right up to the works in it and look closely at them) Also in this section are a couple of Annibale Carracci frescoes - also amazing. Then there is the Parmigianino painting "The Turkish Slave".....with all its intricate detailing and gentle doe like eyes.
Moving on slowly through the rest of the exhibits is a fascinating history of art in the Parma area with most of the names not recognisable as " greats" but "great" to the area. And then comes ...
... that was needed after the Allied bombing raids of 1943/44. Huge damage was done to the city, which took many years to repair. In fact some of it can still be seen even now, for example in the Palazzo Pilottta which houses the National Gallery. On a related topic, the city is full of memorials to the those who died in World War II, and the numerous heroes of the resistance to both facism and nazism. The city seems to lack the passion and drive ...