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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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... did the fresco which led to him being commissioned to do the Duomo, only a few minutes from our hotel. Wonderful artwork throughout the church: you can see why he (and Parmagianino too) got the later commissions which made them famous. The onto Santa Maria Steccata, more amazing frescoes. Why was this artform so popular in Parma?
After all this, we agreed it was time for coffee - this time a pleasant cappuchino at a bar on the ...
... bored, happy, grizzly, slobbery, all one thing in common....loved and shown off like some spoilt child.
If one sits or stands in a specific place anywhere in the city, one can photograph a dog every 5 seconds!!! Tried and timed!
In a cafe they are lunching.... They help go shopping for make-up.... They go clothes shopping in Zara.... ...
... WW2 and has been renovated to what it was in its glory days.
The gallery beneath it has a wealth of treasures in it.... including a whole set of rooms dedicated to Correggio and Parmigianino. Correggio was the artist who did the frescoed cupola of the Duomo we saw yesterday, and a lot of his rescued frescoes and paintings are in this section And they are stunning in both their simplicity of form and their brightness of colour. (The beauty of this gallery ...
... Siena, Bologna, even Urbino, could all be described in a few words. But not Parma. There are few obviously welcoming bars and restaurants for instance, few obviously historic buildings, and few glaringly obvious landmarks or piazzas that everyone will meet at.
We talked about this over a glass of wine in the Piazza Garibaldi, and came to the conclusion that Parma has no readily recognisable identity, probably because of the ...
... once Trenitalia had not mucked up, but even so, manhandling the four cases on board was quite a feat. Anyway, off we went for our two hour train ride, more or less in comfort, and arrived in Parma, and arrived about 1215, to find we had to fight another battle with the Italian railway station platforms - lifts, stairs and escalators - going up and down to no less than three levels. We actually met one guy who had given up trying to ...