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... an afternoon stop. The good news for the long term is that the local Italian flying community have developed there own brush system which completely improves the original factory system, so we are also retrofitting that. So losing a day, but will pay back in the future.
Will re-evaluate route onwards based on weather and when we finish in the morning. ...
... probably won’t be the last of the duomos we see on this trip.
A short stroll to the Civic Museum ala Ponzone (the city museum of Cremona). This is an extensive art museum with lots of paintings ranging from the 1300s to the 2000s, some of which were done by Cremonese painters. BUT, the crème de le crème was a collection of guitars, lutes, and mandolins on loan from Carlo Alberto Carutti, a Milanese entrepreneur ...
... sandwiches to split for lunch.
We stopped just outside Cremona at a little picnic spot. Our sandwiches weren't great, but we did get to enjoy a glass of red wine and a bite of dark chocolate.
We parked in Cremona and walked directly to the Duomo. Of course, it was closed until 3:30, so we had almost two hours to kill. So we bought tickets to the Violin Museum. Stradivari and many ...
September 18, 2014
Well yet another great day – very different this time. We got going and drove nearby to Cannara. It is a small village about 10 minutes from Spello. I was so excited to see fields of little sun flowers on the way. I thought they had finished but these are apparently Margaritas which grow after the big ones are finished. On the way home we stopped so that I could have my ...
... Every single meal I've had has come from scratch and turned out amazingly well. ++ The partial truth of stereotypes: (i) There is one and only one type of engine in Italy. It is used in trains, cars, washing machines, electric can openers...EVERYTHING. It's always smoking and makes a rhythmic put-put noise like an old outboard motor. I catch myself cracking up each time I hear the sound. (ii) People on scooters. (iii) "Ciao." (iv) ...