Domina Parco Dello Stelvio
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... rectangular pizzas came out in quantity and choices included Octopus pizza, Mashed potato pizza, Ham and potato pizza, Anchovy - you get the drift. The pizza meal was after Davida treated us all to a local sparkling lambrusco wine. The meal ended with a local favorite - a shot glass of lemoncello. This was an evening enjoyed by all, but we are all realizing the tour is quickly winding down. ...
... 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.
... eat this much going on 10 p.m. Well, just to settle your stomach, let's have ice cream for dessert! Yikes, this was a meal and more.
In the morning, following breakfast we boarded the bus and dropped the team off in town for a morning practice. The rest of us were dropped at the city centre for shopping and sightseeing. Another beautiful city with several squares and farmer's markets. Reggio is known for attractive squares, grand buildings, and beautiful parks. ...
... huge set of pretty iron gates and expectations were rising as we drove up the long ( yes longer than ours) drive, through woodland, past a lake and olive grove to arrive at a huge villa set in gorgeous grounds. A wonderful evening was had luxuriating in the thought of lie ins, no schedule and long lunches. The weather forecast looks amazing for the week, the fridge is full and we have plenty of Limoncello. I am one very happy ...
... museum) , Bologna (Bolognese sauce), Verona (Romeo&Juliette) ,Ravenna (Byzantine mosaics)...........
We decided on Mantua to start ...... It's a city that somehow gets bypassed by most travellers. I had read that it's known by the Italians as La Bella Addormentata, a sleeping beauty that hasn't changed since the middle ages. It's a walled city surrounded on three sides by lakes constructed over 1000 years ago and guarded by a huge Fortress. This has effectively ...