B&B Al Palazzo
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... at station with a nice glass of Pinot Grigio. Quick 40 min trip to Como- out of the flatlands into the mountains. Light rain and a bit cooler. Como is a disappointment- not much to see, but several nice piazza between crowded buildings. The only hotel in town that looked interesting was closed for winter so Tourist office suggested a place in Cernobbio ( sounds like Chenoble) about 6 km away. Terzo Crotto. Lovely 100 year old hotel with big courtyard in quaint little village ...
... and just how you would imagine an Italian village/town to be.
After a couple of cups of coffee we set off for Parma and arrived at our hotel for the night.
The hotel was located on the north side of the city and the room was probably the best that we had been accommodated in so far.
We dumped our bags and got a taxi into the city ...
Despite the late fun of last night, we manage to get up early enough and go through the routine of getting all the gear together, shower etc. As we're roughly on time I think it's better that we dont get on the tram to Centrale Station and opt for a Cab. The nice young lady at the counter rings for a taxi and whilst we wait, we sample San Giovanni's unique breakfast of Farley's Rusks and jammy biscuits - at least there was coffee at hand. I left a note for Angelo, thanking him for ...
... Then headed up to a roof top bar that over looked Monaco. Before we knew it was time for us to head back to nice. The girls decided it was too hot for us to be gizels and changed it to penguins! Back in the hostel we had a packing party, resulted in Kelly popping the champagne all over herself and the bed! With the room having a new aroma we called it a night! We woke to get on the bus and make our way to the sinking city- ...
... classical music being played by real musicians is another.
I pause in a large shady park, just to chill out, and enjoy the vibe. It's nice to not feel rushed, needing to reach a certain place before nightfall I can just sit back and enjoy this place.
As timeless as this place feels, there are changes. A number of African and Arab immigrants relax in the park--including a couple young black fellows, hanging out with a couple of Italian girls. ...