Albergo Casa Romagnosi
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- TV Channel One Russia
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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. ...
Our last game of this trip in Parma against an Italian team, the Juniors. As with all of these European club teams, the ages of the players can vary from 15 to 35. They drink beer or wine and many smoke - always a surprise for the Warhawk college players.
This experience cannot be replicated at the university - the Warhawks experience not only the culture but the people. It ...
... where we quickly discovered the air conditioning was no longer working, so they had to upgrade us to larger rooms just down the street. The fun part was we drove around the block about 4 times before we could get into the parking lot... all part of the journey!! Then after a rest back out to dinner with more gorgeous pasta & wine. And then back to the room... stuffed. Too much ...
Let's get right down to it. When Sean and I planned this crazy road trip, the last think I thought I would be doing is sleep training Jr to a bed…in a mobile home that is hotter than the NYC subway in August and as bright as Times Square at midnight. The fact that he has even entertained the idea is a miracle so for that I consider us blessed but this is one of my least favorite parts of parenting and that’s mostly because it seems to go great for every other person ...
... looking birds.
We found some parking a distance out of the mediaeval walled town of Aigues Mortes and we gladly cycled in having missed the bull-taunting-demonstrations by a few hours. We weren't sure if we should be thankful or regret missing watching a local display of skill of men prancing around an angry bull to remove ribbons from it's horns!
The Cote d'Azur, though very ...