Mercure Astoria Reggio Emilia
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Although we started out with an hour delay on our first flight, our trip really went quite well and we arrived exactly on time. We made it to Atlanta with a 2 hour layover instead of 3, no big deal. The trip to Paris, hmmm. It hadn't occurred to me that we could possible travel on a long international flight like that with a full 7th grade class …
... we were exhausted... I thought to myself, if other actors think they have it easy then they haven't done TIE work like this. Non stop 6hrs of performing is just insane and it's completely not natural. But you know what, I get a massive buzz from this job and I wouldn't even call it a job, more of a laugh. Especially with the guys I'm working with they pull me through it and visa versa. I'm proud of T-UNIT today! LETS GET OUTTA HERE ...
... next gustatory voyage. Bon appetit!
... culatello ham. Famous chefs have a "chain" of ham ie Alain Ducasse.
This region is about the food and the local wine is Lambrusco. It is ok but the wine is secondary to the food.
Parma is a fantastic city with a great outdoor scene and people watching. The women are very chic and EVERYONE has a dog. It is basically an accessory. Highly recommend this region.
... 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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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Astoria Reggio Emilia
I loved the location of this hotel, in a beautiful park and so close to the town's piazzas. Wifi was usually of good strength in our room but we sometimes had to go to the lobby for the best reception. The service was great with very personable staff!
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