Albergo Morandi

Address: Via Emilia S. Pietro 64-42100, Reggio Emilia, Emilia-Romagna, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Via Emilia S. Pietro 64-42100, 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

    ... one that I would bring back. The gnocchi though has always been one of my favorites and it was so eaaasyyy to make! So was the pesto, so you if you're not friends with me now, you're going to want to be because I may not be a chef, but I can follow a recipe pretty darn well. Another weird thing: balsamic vinegar caramel--strange, but good!

    On Saturday, I had a field trip for my Food, Culture, and Society class ...

    Lazy day in Parma

    A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 05, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Then it was back to the churches, though some were closing for the afternoon by now, and a walk down the road to see the fountain Michael had discovered on his walkabout on the first evening. At night this is lit by colours, but it still looks good in sunlight. By now most places were closing (they do the afternoon siesta well in Italy!) so we decided on a long lunch ourselves. Back to the Piazza Garibaldi, for what turned into a two hour ...

    Barking up the wrong tree!

    A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 05, 2015

    11 photos

    Well there they all are....on every street corner...in nearly every cafe...even in the clothes shops. Petit and dainty clothed in fancy coats or little pyjama suits, big and butch, long and lanky, large and hairy, dazzling with diamante, lush with leather. Yes...they are Parma's dogs. They are everywhere, walking, carried, ambling with nose to the ground, standing their ground, are at a ...

    Up close and personal

    A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of the Mannerist and Baroque rooms being closed to the public today paled into insignificance compared to the pleasure of the half hour spent in front of this glorious little gem, almost being able to smell it!

    Once the visit to the gallery was over then of course it was break for a strong coffee to try to get Joy back to earth before the next gallery..... The pinocoteca Stuard.....270 artworks in 22 rooms!!

    This gallery is also a mine ...

    Leonardo da Parma!

    A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Jan 04, 2015

    5 photos

    ... hotels (ours certainly is) some pleasant bars (we found one or two of those of course!) and at least two good trattoria style restaurants. Oddly enough, restaurants, of whatever price range, really have to be looked for - they don't pop up at every corner like many other towns.

    Two other things you should know about Parma is the number of bikes, and the number of dogs. Bikes tool along the wide streets almost silently, and few ...