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 …
... full. We found a private garage where we had to leave the car and they did a rack'm and stack'em. Off we went to see the sights. We found the market where I took pictures ofwhat was for sale: meat, fish, seafood, cheese, veggies, wine, olive oil, vinegars, etc. Think Granville Island times 20. Then we went outside to see the stalls with scarves, jewellry, learher purses, belts, hats,etc. we had a big lunch at a street-side table and headed off ...
... of water, but not enough to fill the river area. I particularly liked the view from the pedestrian bridge.
The second walk was in the early evening, from the center of town to my house. By this time, the sky was dark gray and it was raining lightly. It was not cold, only dark. A good first day of October--I suppose autumn has come!
The best thing about traveling by road and having no fixed abode is the flexibility afforded to back track if desired.
We didn't do much in Venice yesterday. We plodded around Mestre for a while and generally took the day off.
While pondering navel lint, we both agreed it was a real shame we missed the Lamborghini Museum... Yes, this is another octane fueled entry :)
We had an awful,sleep,last night...it felt like we were in the middle of a truck race track. There was a steady noise all night long and around 4:30 the trucks started up to get ready to start off for the day. The boys were very happy with the rest of today.. We went to visit the ferrari factory in Maranello. It took a while to find our way even using a GPS. The roads in Italy are many and ...
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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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