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... one of the things that this town is most famous for…The Statue of Liberty! The creator of the giant symbol of freedom was from the town of Colmar so they have their very own smaller version (about 15 feet tall) that sits at the main traffic circle as you come into the city. Not quite as impressive as the one in New York but very cool to see none the less. We were lucky to get a room at a very historic hotel right on the edge of the ...
... them and follow them, so major issues are avoided. Out on the Autostrada (freeway), there is a lot to be liked and much Australian drivers could learn about the courtesy shown by Italian drivers.
It still surprises me somewhat to read this back, as it is quite a contrast from the impression I had formed after our last visit. Despite everything I have said, there is still no way I will get behind the wheel whilst ...
... got great views of the Scaliger castle and the Grottoes of Catullus (ancient Roman ruins). Afterwards we walked through the Sirmione township for a closer look at the castle, and also the gelateria.
After it was all said & done, we jumped back in the car and drove the 250+ km to Turin, where we were treated to some homemade Saffron Risotto, chicken and some more gelato to top it all off.
... of any currency sampling all of the amazing produce available, but I wouldn’t have been able to fit in the airline seats on the way home if I did.
We ate at the Eataly pizzeria where I went with the traditional Margherita again. With only a few meagre ingredients, it sounds very plain, but a well-executed Margherita is a culinary delight. The example I got at Eataly was top-notch. ...
... Ristorante da Gemma in the village of Roddino, where we were treated to a Piemonte banquet, sampling the traditional dishes of the region. We started with some salami and assorted breads, followed by egg salad, veal, carne cruda (raw beef mince - surprisingly good!), taglialini, agnolotti, rabbit & goat. Dessert was Amaretto Bonet, apple strudel & meringata. I tried everything but the veal and the meringata, and was suitably impressed with every ...