Delle Arti Design Hotel
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... off the bike and into the shade. I also had an opportunity to recharge my phone and GoPro camera.
One of the local guest came and asked a few questions about where I was from, where I was going. My name, age and marital status. It reminded me of when we drove our Russian Minsk bikes through Vietnam back in 1996. "Hey, how are you? What's you're name? Are you married?".
It was a great little break, but still much driving to do!