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... had a fantastic level of English especially the 9/10yr olds who watched Puss in Boots. Congrats to them! The day flowed sooo nicely from such attentive students to the generosity of the school. At the end of each workshop the children from our classes would give us gifts as a part of the CARNIVALÈ. Each of us received a wheelbarrows full of arts n crafts made by the students. It ranged from masks to pictures of ...
... 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 ...
... team of engineers producing these wheels of cheese that will not (CAN NOT) be sold for at least 24 months. Yes, the Parmigiano Reggiano requirements are that the cheese is aged for 12 months then inspected, then aged another 12 months minimum and and only then can it be deemed saleble. There were wheels there almost 35 months old.
At the end of the tour we tasted some 28 month old Parm that melted in our mouth, a true ...
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