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Just back again after some liquid refreshment and tortellini in a crowded street cafe with all the beautiful (and 40 years younger) Parmisans.
To sleep, to sleep, perchance to dream.
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... towns too. The shops have Florence level prices, but there is little evidence of this sort of prosperity and the style that it can afford.
Now we appreciate of course that we have only been here 48 hours. Many would say that we have no right to make such conclusions on such a short stay, and certainly these are only first impressions, not second thoughts. Parma has indeed much commend it. Some fantastic art in the galleries and churches, ...
... next gustatory voyage. Bon appetit!
... Today, we headed south to visit Vinci and then Montegufoni. Vinci is the home town of the great man himself - Leonardo. Actually, he was born in Anchiano, a little hamlet about 3 kms outside Vinci [but I guess Leonardo di Anchiano wouldn't have had the same ring to it.] Being born out of wedlock, he simply took the name "of Vinci" and clearly that worked. The guy was a genius. To draw from Wikipedia, he was an "Italian ...
Last weekend my friends and I decided to venture off on our first trip together without the official help of any tour group or club from Milan. We took a two hour train into Parma (known for being home to Parmesan cheese and Parma Ham!). When we arrived (around 10ish) in Parma it was very cold and there was still snow on the ground. It was practically a ghost town (we went on a Sunday and in Italy mostly everything is closed on Sundays!)! Most places didn't open until ...