Travel Blogs from Parma, Italy

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The pigeons fly past Mont Blanc, Parma, Italy travel blog

The pigeons fly past Mont Blanc

A travel blog entry by argieuk

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... charge!!!) and into Italy. Beautiful scenery, but then from the USA blog you know I love mountains! And so down into Italy, past Milan and on to Parma where we spent the night. Not an exciting day, especially for you to read about, but we need to get the ...

Parma Italy, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parma Italy

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef

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... of Piazza del Pace will help focus their attention.     http://www.sallys-place.com/travel/europe/parma_italy.htm http://www.parmaitaly.com/girok.html http://uk.holidaysguide.yahoo.com/p-travelguide-107439-parma _history-i ...

Parrrrma, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parrrrma

A travel blog entry by newearth11

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Hello, So, here we are in Parma, Italy. Its funny to realize that for the first time, neither of us speak the language. Bridget looks at me, I look at her, and the shop keeper or the waiter or whatever, patiently rolls his eyes and then either tries ...

Cheese and Opera Singing: Busseto, Busseto, Italy travel blog

Cheese and Opera Singing: Busseto

A travel blog entry by laceyk3

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... everyone. Overall I think Busseto was such a nice part of Italy that I was really surprised by  because when I think of Italy I automatically think of a place like Rome or Venice but seeing the countryside in Italy was a really neat ...

Food Valley Tour, Parma, Italy travel blog

Food Valley Tour

A travel blog entry by mugharrington

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... . OK Costco.  I know what to look for now.  I will be calling you out if the Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto di Parma or traditional balsamic vinegar that you advertise as DOP is not labeled with the proper emblems!  It’s been a long ...

REVISION-Parma is a dud, no parma on our plates..., Parma, Italy travel blog

REVISION-Parma is a dud, no parma on our plates...

A travel blog entry by cainteam

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Ok, so after my entry about our HORRIBLE experience in Parma, Maria Smith was kind enough to let me know that it was her and Myle's favorite city in this region. My apologies for such a strong view of this city.  I am thinking it was a dud because it ...

Parmigiano - Parma, Italy, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parmigiano - Parma, Italy

A travel blog entry by jcharwell

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... the tourist office to pay 5 Euro to enter the Baptistry in the center of town.  The Baptistry was beautiful and is a must for Parma.  After admiring the wonderful frescos (see the face on Christs' chest) and the mosaic ceiling for a about 45 minutes, I ...

Parma, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parma

A travel blog entry by bluetriangle15

We arrived in Parma from Venice and very quickly realised it was a much more "normal" city. Not really geared for tourists. There were some lovely buildings and a couple of beautiful parks where we killed some time sitting in the sun. Had a yummy ...

Parma on a plate, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parma on a plate

A travel blog entry by brandonandryan

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So we decided to wing it today and just got on the train for a day trip to Parma. This was one of the places that was on my must do list. We tried to find the tourist office but it was closing in 10 minutes and we (as usual) didnt know where we were ...

School days, Parma, Italy travel blog

School days

A travel blog entry by newearth11

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THere is a girl in my class who I don't like. That sounds mean and juvenile but that's the way it is. She is the type of person who's every word talks down to everyone and she also looks really snotty, so that ties it up right there. She is also a ...

So am I boring you?, Parma, Italy travel blog

So am I boring you?

A travel blog entry by newearth11

... some feedback that my blog is boring and not filled with wild and crazy adventures. I have to admit, especially since we got to Parma, we have been taking it easy. But in thinking about this, this is wild and crazy for me. I can get drunk ...

Game  1 - Bolzano Giants vs. Parma Panthers, Parma, Italy travel blog

Game 1 - Bolzano Giants vs. Parma Panthers

A travel blog entry by jalbano

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... to be meeting a group of cheerleaders who had been at a competition in this small town in the middle of who-knows-where Italy.  Finally a consensus seemed to have been made and driver number two got back in the bus, drove around a few more traffic ...

A Foodie's Paradise -Part 1, Parma, Italy travel blog

A Foodie's Paradise -Part 1

A travel blog entry by suz123nj

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... created just for you. We chose a combination tour to experience how Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, Prosciutto di Parma and Balsamic Vinegar are produced under  D.O.P - Denominazione diOrigine Protetta  regulations. D.O.P. designation literally ...

not the shellfish!!, Parma, Italy travel blog

not the shellfish!!

A travel blog entry by newearth11

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I have a lot of entries to fill in from the last few days, but the internet place is closing in 15 minutes and I wanted to get in a quick message, especially to those who I have been frantically calling today. Last night, after a gorgeous day at the ...

Parma ham and all that!, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parma ham and all that!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton

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Day 10 - Sunday, 14th September, 2014 It was only a short ride down to Parma from Brescia.  We went through nice looking villages where it appeared that all the locals had come out to meet in the town or village Piazza's or squares. It was another ...

Resume chronology, Parma, Italy travel blog

Resume chronology

A travel blog entry by bridgetmary

... days, but haven't been able to upload them yet, so I'm going to continue in "real time" until I get a chance. Niki and I are in Parma, but we arrived the 28th, a story which goes in that brief hiatus I mentioned. Anyway, we've been here a few days and ...

A Foodie Paradise Part #2, Parma, Italy travel blog

A Foodie Paradise Part #2

A travel blog entry by suz123nj

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... Reggiano and it's aging room with its rows and rows of wheels of 80 lb. cheese. I read recently that the government of Italy will make loans to manaufacturers against the cheese it is  aging as it never loses value.   The ride seemed short as we ...

last night in Parma...., Parma, Italy travel blog

last night in Parma....

A travel blog entry by newearth11

... miss it. I did wish I had someone to share that moment with, but without my phone and the fact that I was in Italy, made that impossible so I selfishly stored it away in my memory box to be revisited when I am stressed with exams or something ...

Travelling with Mom: TOP SECRET, Parma, Italy travel blog

Travelling with Mom: TOP SECRET

A travel blog entry by ssfahring

... us enjoyed gelato with the owner of the flat we stayed in and some of her friends.  Then to top it all off, Mom was 'attacked' by a loving Airedale terrier.  Simply magical...and that is all I will say. Our Other Trip to Parma: Click Here ...

the marketplace, Parma, Italy travel blog

the marketplace

A travel blog entry by newearth11

Sorry about my last email which told you nothing about my trips, and instead did some purging of my soul. Please know that none of it was by any means saying that I needed to "get away" from any of you, especially David. I was just saying that ...

Prosciutto, fromaggio e calcio, Parma, Italy travel blog

Prosciutto, fromaggio e calcio

A travel blog entry by k0k0m0

... a recorrer la ciudad, que no me pareció nada especial y para hacer tiempo decidimos ir a un mercado a conocer los famosos jamones de Parma y su queso homónimo. Todo estaba carísimo, así que no compramos nada y seguimos vagando hasta que se nos hizo la ...

Love notes from Parma and Paris, Parma, Italy travel blog

Love notes from Parma and Paris

A travel blog entry by travelingmom

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... of Rob's Italian business is in Parma-- a city famous for its food, and host to most of the largest food companies in Italy. Parma is also where our dear friends Angela and Alberto live in an Architectural Digest-worthy home built within the confines of a ...

Eating our Way Through Italy, Parma and Florence, Italy travel blog

Eating our Way Through Italy

A travel blog entry by travelingmom

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... a lunch guest? It was the question that popped out of someone's mouth at our last dinner in Parma when another mentioned where we were invited for lunch. Italy: one of our favorite countries. Italy: home of many of our favorite friends. Italy:some of ...

parma - ham and cheese, Parma, Italy travel blog

parma - ham and cheese

A travel blog entry by chrisandpaula

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(we bought the ham and we bought the cheese (parmesan - we had never ...

Modena and Parma, Parma, Italy travel blog

Modena and Parma

A travel blog entry by dreamchaser

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... Aceto Balsamico di Modena. After that we walked around this little city with its dome and the pending bell tower. In the afternoon we went on to Parma, where we saw the dome and the baptistery of pink marble - a very beautiful building worth ...

Miam, Miam (Yum Yum), Parma to Paris, Italy travel blog

Miam, Miam (Yum Yum)

A travel blog entry by travelingmom

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Perhaps the slideshow below will inspire your next gustatory voyage. Bon appetit! ...

Parma Cooking School, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parma Cooking School

A travel blog entry by travelingmom

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... cover-spread photo quality, with care taken to lay out each dish beautifully--even it is just sliced meats (Rob loves her Parma hams), Italian breads, a savory tart, a large chunk of Parmesan or perhaps a salad dish lined with blood oranges and assorted ...

Parma - Say Cheese, Parma, Italy travel blog

Parma - Say Cheese

A travel blog entry by adrianmurray

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... some of Australia's finest footballers, in Marco Bresciano and Vince Grella, who play for the local side in Italy's Series A. It is probably no coincidence that Parma sits lowly on the table this season. I decided to make a day trip there from Firenze, ...

Day trip for cheese, prosciutto, balsamic vinegar, Parma, Italy travel blog

Day trip for cheese, prosciutto, balsamic vinegar

A travel blog entry by jojorockstar

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... train station. Today I explored Parma, Modena, and Maranello. Rain was in the area, but I missed most of it. In Parma, I bought Parmesan cheese, proscuitto, a piece of fried bread and some wine. I basically walked around town, took in the sites and ...

La festa di Barbara a Parma, Parma, Italy travel blog

La festa di Barbara a Parma

A travel blog entry by travelingmom

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... our own place in France, this is the venue where I'd find many of my furnishings. It is also a city (Parma is the bread-basket of Italy) where food plays a very special role. Parmesans take their food very seriously..from the Parmesan cheese (a block ...

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