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Travel Blogs from Collecchio
... B VillaValchero is our destination of sleep and the amount of loveliness in one place is just WOW. SHELLA is the owner and she looked like she just come from a photo-shoot or something. With some braided dreads and super fashion she must be making a mint! She opens the door to reveal to us her humble abode. The tapestry, the kitchen, the lounge, the everything... It is delightful and just what we needed after yesterday's ...
... with chair screwed stiffly to the ground. On the White slab stage is where we planted our curtain and set and awaited the 3rd media children to arrive. They came in all teenage like with mostly frowns than smiles and take their seats. We psyched ourselves up for the epic day ahead of 4 shows 4 workshops all to 2nd/3rd media kids. Here we go.... Opening dance... As soon as we go into the "running man", boom, two slabs of the stage ...
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This is a fantastic part of Italy that we just loved. B&B was an A+ and the food here is off the charts. We visited a lateria and watched them make parmigiano reggiano which was an unbelievable process. Also went to Balsamic production facility - again I had no idea that the process takes years. Went to a beautiful farm Antica Corta and made a wonderful lunch and toured ...
... We also purchased a wedge to bring home that was aged for 36 months. The best part is that I estimate it to weigh around 4 pounds but only cost 16 euro's or roughly $22. Just down in town here in Parma the same wedge would cost us 25 euro's.
Returning to the hotel the complimentary breakfast was still open so endulge we did. A quick nap (because we can) then back to the streets for a little shopping and a glass of wine and dinner.
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility