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Travel Blogs from Cremona
... courtyards with lush gardens and when I mentioned this to Betty she showed me a book she has that catalogues the 'hidden gardens of Piacenza'. They are incredible - lots of the blocks in the city centre are built around a garden courtyard so from the aerial photos you can see so many patches of green throughout the city. I just love the feeling of walking around and getting little glimpses of hidden treats - even if I don't get to experience them firsthand!
... balances nicely against the richness of the meats.
Francesco ordered 2 dishes for us to share - tortelli (Italian dumplings) and a traditional dish called pisarei e faso. The tortelli were filled with spinach and ricotta mix. The pasta was so fine that you could see the green of the filling through the yellow pasta sheet. And they are folded together like a little plait down the spine. Francesco described the nonna's who come into the kitchen to do this, their ...
... I'm not completely useless! After however many hours at the Birreria, we end in the wee hours with Francesco's cousin Alessandro and a couple of other friends in what was once the family pizzeria and gelateria. It burned down in 2007 and Alessandro refitted it but instead of the old school wood, it is now white and stainless steel. Francesco took me on a tour describing the series of 250L vats for gelato at different stages, ...
... ever spoken to which leads me again to - You are a big fat liar or your child was in high school already. The Sleep Lady, who got us through this the first time, advises to wait til 3. Well, I would totally wait til 3 and I am in absolutely no rush to do this but Jr has obviously been sneaking into the living room to watch Bear Grylls and Penn and Teller because he can wiggle out of his sleepsack and hop over that crib like it was a miniature hurdle. Her other advice, as ...
We left Lake Garda to head for our next stop "Campeggio Parco Al Po" in Cremona.
We stopped for less than an hour before deciding it was overpriced and pretty much rubbish.
In our time there we used the facilities - these weren't anywhere near as bad ...
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Via Mantova, Cremona | 3 star hotelfrom $59
Piazza della Pace, 21, Cremona | 4 star hotelfrom $100
Via Bonomelli 8, Cremona | 4 star hotelfrom $178
Piazza Liberta 26, Cremona | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Via dei Gonfalonieri 13, Cremona | Hotelfrom $87
Viale Po, 131, Cremona | Hotelfrom $86