Idea Hotel Piacenza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... s birthday dinner. It also means I'm writing this in a rush and my memory is a bit mushed up from fever and delirium, so please excuse the disjointed nature of this entry.
My first trip back outside the house was up to a festival with Franci's friend Chiara. Apparently all summer there are festivals in different towns in the valleys - they are a major part of the socialising and nightlife, every weekend and most other evenings as well there'll ...
... well versed in the Italian game of charades by now though, so we get by and order our dinner. Pasta, salad, and wine for 9 euros isn't too shabby. At like 8:30 pm Michael Tom got an email saying that the check-in closed at 9 and the woman running the place would leave after then and we wouldn't be able to enter, so we paid the bill and sprinted out of there. We still had another 10km to bike in like 20 minutes, and we managed to do it in exactly that much time. We checked ...
... Mochi of the Duke of Parma, Alessandro and his son, Ranuccio.
What to eat when in Italy? Time to find a pizzeria. Even bad pizza is good in Italy, the prices can range from reasonable to expensive depending where you go. You will not find a pizza hut anywhere but the ubiquitous McDonald's are blended into the surroundings. ...
... spending an hour (if you believe that you believe anything, it is 2 - 3 hours if it is a minute), washing, drying, straightening hair is a none starter. Instead we walk into Peschiera, in the evening, along the lake shore, and eat at a rather nice, floating, lakeside restaurant.
When we were at Ceriale, we had drinks in ...
... mile (at 30 mph), and 2 miles (at Italian speeds, ie 60 mph), but all I manage to find, by following the signs to McDonalds is a short cut to Lidl.
Our Dutch neighbours (who we guess to be older than us), return from a cycle trip and tell us they have cycled to a place called Borghetto. This they tell us is it ...