Posts Tagged Mantua
Being in the middle of more than 500 people sharing the same passion for a two wheels transportation vehicle become legend was a feeling I wouldn’t ever thought to feel when I purchased my Vespa GTS exactly two years ago.
On last sunday, together with Egidio and Andrea, two members of the Vespa Club Como, I attended the 7th National Vespa Meeting organized by the Vespa Club Mantova, a town that reserved for me some other pleasant surprises thanks to the Saturn Project.
The day was intense and focused on the local gastronomy, as you can see in the 50 photos of the gallery dedicated to the event, and was even more pleasant due to the fact that I finally met again the three Vespa-fans from Mantua I met by chance in Tuscany during the Vespatour: Alberto, Angelo and Claudio.
To them I send special thanks for their welcoming and see you soon to the next meeting, the Vespa World Days in San Marino!
Taking advantage of a couple of spring-like days to say the least, last week I went to Mantua on my Vespa where I’m attending a course by Regione Lombardia, the Saturn Project – support for the enterprise planet, aimed to support new entrepreneurial activities.
The course is intensive and well organized by the Centro Studi Castelli’s consultants. I’m appreciating the practical setting and the direct application of the concepts to the entrepreneurial ideas of the twelve people attending it.
A really useful course for the administrative management of the i-muse project.
Since I had two contiguous days for the course I decided to sleep at the Ostello del Mincio, a pleasant place and with the best website among those of the Hostels where I slept this summer during the Vespatour.