While we were staying near Florence Italy, for the upcoming week we had scheduled a tour to see some Pagani supercars as well as the Parmigiano Reggiano Cheese Dairy in Modena. We were looking for some last-minute accommodation near Modena, Italy to ensure we had easy access to the tour locations.
One of the things I really enjoy about our Summer road trip travel adventure is that we’re learning about local products, and how they’re made. While the Pagani Tour was awesome, we decided to do something a little more down to earth. We took a tour of Acetaia di Giorgio and saw how they make Traditional Balsamic Vinegar firsthand.
Here we are an American family of 4, living in Spain and exploring Italy! We love Spain, but I must admit we love Italy too. Especially the food! As you know, Alan isn’t a big foodie, so you may have guessed, he doesn’t “get into” cheese. It just so happens that I love cheese, well most of them anyway. Continue reading
I’ll admit that in this case, I didn’t want to do the write-up for this particular post. Not because it was boring, tedious, or a pain. In fact, it was just the opposite. Pagani was awesome! So why am I not thrilled to write-up our adventure? Because, I’d rather be doing the tour rather than writing about it.