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TravelPod Member ReviewsOstello Tramonti La Spezia
This was my first hostel experience. They were very nice in giving up directions on how to get places. They even ordered pizza for us. The rooms were pretty normal and were fine for what we needed. This place in nothing special but it is a nice place to stay.
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This morning we catch a train to Parma--of cheese and prosciutto fame. It's about an hour's ride from Bologna. Our first stop is to find a bar for our cappuccino and croissant--the best way to start the day. We visit the cathedral(every town has one) and see the Parma Baptistry next to the cathedral. ...
... br> We ate in for dinner each evening as the food was excellent and very good value and the wine was good and very reasonable too!
The next day visited Parma and learnt a lot about the production of their famous ham and cheese! Indeed we ate masses of ham and cheese of the three days we were there!
... in terms of distance and terrain, albeit there was a chillier feel. The Appenines seem every bit as hard as the Alps, though some of that may be due to accumulated fatigue and my cold. Since we've been in Italy the food and hotels have been fantastic but the road surfaces have been shocking and it's quite tiring looking out ...
Gavi to the Trebbia
In an attempt to mitigate my cold I drink one glass of beer, one glass of champagne, one glass of white wine and one glass of red. It doesn't work. I feel rheumy (is that a word) and hungover. A roll call at breakfast has several riders on the sick list. Aussie Bruce looks and sounds the worst. He's ...
... before we had to get back to the station. One of the last shout outs of the blog goes to Emma for jumping to the task of providing us with a mini-tour of Verona. After a quick use of emergency 3G she was armed with a map and a rough route of Verona and was ready to take us to see the main sites. Of course we saw Juliet's balcony, also the arena where lots of opera shows are going on throughout the summer, another bridge with pretty ...