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... lake. 70€ for single use of double room. Property run by Marco, nice young guy who spent a year in Oz, and his girlfriend who didn't speak English but was friendly enough. Property is owned by a local lady, and operated by his dad. Went for walk around village and to lake in arvo - strong winds and rain set in but looks like a good place to come back to. Cab fare from Como is 20€ but bus and ferry also available. Too wet to go out for dinner so ate at in ...
... and just how you would imagine an Italian village/town to be.
After a couple of cups of coffee we set off for Parma and arrived at our hotel for the night.
The hotel was located on the north side of the city and the room was probably the best that we had been accommodated in so far.
We dumped our bags and got a taxi into the city ...
... to Parma, good relaxed scenery and before long we arrive. We then have to work out which train to get on to get to Aulla. We have a bit of a panic but then work out we have to get on the train to Spezia, this gives us an hour to spare so we head out and take in the sights of Parma. It seems like a lovely little town, quite sleepy. We don't go far and decide on having a couple of beers. Rhid has some fast food Kentucky Fried Rat Burger stuff which he instantly regrets. Soon enough ...
... a bit dismal as about half to two thirds of the stalls have gone. It's fair to say that Franci was pretty sad at the changes, he has fond memories of being with his father and the quality of the produce. It also made me realise how fragile the Western relationship with food is if fresh produce markets are struggling to survive in Italy.
We then went exploring 2 churches - one that is called the Jewel of Piacenza, San Sisto which I thought ...
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There are just a couple more provinces in Lombardia region that I need to visit. Cremona is one of them.
All the large cities in the northern plains of Italy are beautiful--but after a while it's a little hard telling them apart. Hopefully I'll be able to discover something unique about Cremona.
That's not hard at all. Cremona has a very distinct claim to fame: it perhaps Italy's most musical city. And you ...