Hotel City Parma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Parma
... 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.
... for cappuccino only to witness some cameras filming what we were told was a soap opera star. Not what we expected in this quaint village area.
Back to the hotel for the included lunch - need I repeat all the courses! Pasta, etc. etc. etc. You can't leave this hotel hungry it appears. Back to the bus for the game in Parma. Warhawks vs. the Juniors, an Italian team was today's baseball fare. I will post the game pictures in another entry.
... some fruit, rolls cheese and salami. There is a food festival this weekend so will try some of the local delicacies. Written the next morning....Oh what a night! It is ok to read on, as we are referring to dinner. We went to the premier restaurant in Parma, called I Parizzi. It is a hotel/restaurant/cooking school. And even though the kids' inheritance is notably smaller, it was the best meal we have ever had. We did not take pictures. The room was cellar-like but ...
... just walking around the town a bit more before arriving at the front desk for another dinner recommendation. Once again this proven method came through in a big way. We were directed to another small tratorria that was actually pretty difficult to find but our trip down a dark alley off the main drag in town was rewarded with amazing food. When we walked in we knew that we would have to try the king of all cured meats, Parma Ham as an appetizer since the ...