Holiday Inn Express Parma
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... before we head off to our apartment on an agriturismo in the Tuscan countryside for a week. We are really looking forward to taking it easy over the next week and slowing down a little. We will do day trips to nearby places like Florence, Siena and Sam Gimignano but other than we plan on getting our books out and relaxing a little! I don't think we will have Internet there so I may not be able to update the travel blog until we get to Assisi. Lots of love to you all ...
... very kindly went through each item and tried to explain it in English! They didn't sell wine by the glass so we got a bottle of red to share. We both ordered a tiramisu for dessert which was really delicious! Elijah started getting cranky so we had to drink the wine quite quickly as we weren't able to take it with us. This resulted in the rest of our dinner being full of giggles and silly toasts to one another which I'm sure the people around us found quite ...
... map showed a smaller town called Carpi just about the time we had decided it was enough for the day. We found a really nice hotel and walked over town. After that big lunch all i needed was a glass of the local wine which came with several fresh appies. we carried on our walk, had an ice gelato cone and then went back for another glass of that good wine. WTH - this is Italy! This place is worth exploring so we will spend some time tomorrow and look ...
I took two long walks through Parma today.
The first was in the late morning, warm autumn sun. The kind of morning that is cold in the shade, but with no wind and few clouds. The ground was somewhat wet from residual rain debris. There were a couple of nice roads lined with tall, thin trees, which showed only the smallest signs of bareness on the tips of their branches. The Torrente Parma now has a ...
... used a fillet but I don't think it matters what part you use. Put the chicken in with the vegetable and pour a generous amount of balsamic vinegar on top. Add two large spoonfuls of honey, or enough to counteract the vinegar's acidity. Stir until the chicken is cooked through, then serve. So simple. I haven't found a meal yet that uses more than 5 or 6 ingredients, and some of the best have even less.
Sadly, I do not have ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed