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Travel Blogs from Sant'Ilario d'Enza
Grey overhead, not very warm, turning to rain all afternoon. 20 lengths in the outside swimming pool done before breakfast (tony), calories burnt - about 20, calories consumed - about 600. Tony Nil, Calories 1 (apologies to Bridget Jones!) Julie drove from Verona to Parma .......... Arrived safely in Parma but couldn't find the hotel (Pallazo Dallas Rosa Prati), which was located in a pedestrian only area. Julie got cross with ...
... it is illegal and you can get fined.
It was our turn to do our introductions on the bus (Kim stop laughing). We were lucky last and Im glad thats done now. I also forgot to mention Mum had a fright yesterday, it wasn't good. We were at one of the lookouts and turned around and there was a man nude sitting in front of us. We gasped that loud unintentionally and the poor man proceeded to put ...
... killer hairpin bends on steep and often very narrow roads, cleverly making extra turns to be able to travel through towns with very narrow streets (i.e. going around the block), and multi point turns to get around narrow streets.
Pedestrian crossings – well, they are just a guideline really, don’t expect that ANYONE will stop for you to let you cross – even when you are on the crossing! Apparently here you can also park on them and do U ...
... and started with sparkling white wine and salad. We moved onto fresh pasta with red wine, or white wine without "fizz". Then another pasta with béchamel cheese, with red wine, pasta with truffles (no thank you, it's a funghi!) and red wine, vegetables, steak, more red wine!! Dessert , Grappa, Noiccino ( green walnut wine), and a drive back to Bologna. I just woke up from an food/alcohol ...
... a good look around there for over 1 hour, and i must say i started to get interested in all the research side of what they do. Then it was back over to the test drive centre. We were so excited and keen, yet around us say several Ferrari people who were just looking, no smiling. We were in a car with French number plates. Not such a good thing when in Italy. They thought we were French and were not keen to assist. To drive the cars you have to have a co-pilot in the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility