Albergo Delle Notarie

Address: Via Palazzolo, 5, Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna, 42100, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Via Palazzolo, 5, Reggio Emilia, is near Canossa Castle, Canossa, Motonave Ristorante Stradivari, and Casina.
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Travel Blogs from Reggio Emilia

I did so many food things this weekend

A travel blog entry by brookieb on Feb 21, 2015

1 comment, 19 photos

... stuffed ravioli's. And then also some more wine, of course. After we ate, we went to see 52,000 legs of ham hung in the factory. So happy we went to see those AFTER we ate because it was so smelly, but I really do love prosciutto. A lot like parmigiano reggiano, prosciutto de parma is specific to only that region. If it is made elsewhere in a different way, it is just plain old prosciutto.

Honestly, when ...

Lazy day in Parma

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 05, 2015

5 photos

... Very pleasant in the sunshine, and loads of dogs for Joy to photograph - see her separate entry on the dogs of Parma!!

After lunch, Joy went back to the Duomo (and photos of dogs!) while Michael simply strolled around. Very relaxing. Now, the reason for a lazy day is that we have decided to add a visit to Caravaggio town while we are in Milan - we move on to there tomorrow - which will mean that the next three days are going to be ...

Barking up the wrong tree!

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 05, 2015

11 photos

... seen this spectacle of love, indulgence, companionship, status symbol show off, exercise reason, advisor with the shopping, mobile doggy bag (for those times when one doesn't like what one has ordered!), and of course pick up line for that girl (or guy) one has always fancied! Parma's dogs...... Nearly as important as Parma's violets!

How different to the dogs of Ireland!


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Up close and personal

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 04, 2015

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... one can go right up to the works in it and look closely at them) Also in this section are a couple of Annibale Carracci frescoes - also amazing. Then there is the Parmigianino painting "The Turkish Slave".....with all its intricate detailing and gentle doe like eyes.

Moving on slowly through the rest of the exhibits is a fascinating history of art in the Parma area with most of the names not recognisable as " greats" but "great" to the area. And then comes ...

Leonardo da Parma!

A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 04, 2015

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... that was needed after the Allied bombing raids of 1943/44. Huge damage was done to the city, which took many years to repair. In fact some of it can still be seen even now, for example in the Palazzo Pilottta which houses the National Gallery. On a related topic, the city is full of memorials to the those who died in World War II, and the numerous heroes of the resistance to both facism and nazism. The city seems to lack the passion and drive ...