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Left Asti yesterday to head across to Parma. It took us about 25 minutes to de-ice the windscreen and windows before we could start driving. Even though it had stopped snowing, it was still below zero, with a thick blanket of fog covering the city. We again decided to forgo the convenience of using the Autostrada and stick to the regional roads (to …
Off to the opening of the annual Prosciutto Festival... and the Bologna countryside...
... would dress up in fairytale, superhero or any kind of costumes. It was amazing to see soo many Spider-Man costumes and the best one was a giant pikachu. Our contact at this school was just incredible. She was new to Theatrino and she literally treated us to everything. Her English was amazing and she mentioned that every year her and her students go to London for a cultural and language trip. And you know what, it showed. ...
... parody of "The Hunger Games". Our version is called "The Hungry Games". Now this sketch has always been the dreaded one but we had to do it because of the high level of students. The outcome: Blooming Brilliant! Every student said they loved and that it was their favourite one.... What a surprise.. Having performed it three times I think we came away with such positive thoughts. DAY OVER -—-—-—-— At the end of the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStarhotels Du Parc Parma
Great hotel. A reminder of what hotels were about yesteryear. It is very well located with the city just a short walk away. Free parking was available. WiFi is not free, but only costs 6 euro per 24 hours.
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