Hotel City Parma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ones, with some fairly complicated train trips. But Joy will get to see the birthplace of her favourite boyfriend. Milan is only about 30 miles away, and we really could not pass by the chance to pay our respects to the great man.
More of this tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow. Somebody famous said that didn't they?
Photos for this section of the blog are from Michael's wanderings. Joy's doggies are going up all on their own!
... seen this spectacle of love, indulgence, companionship, status symbol show off, exercise reason, advisor with the shopping, mobile doggy bag (for those times when one doesn't like what one has ordered!), and of course pick up line for that girl (or guy) one has always fancied! Parma's dogs...... Nearly as important as Parma's violets!
How different to the dogs of Ireland!
... 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 ...
... Siena, Bologna, even Urbino, could all be described in a few words. But not Parma. There are few obviously welcoming bars and restaurants for instance, few obviously historic buildings, and few glaringly obvious landmarks or piazzas that everyone will meet at.
We talked about this over a glass of wine in the Piazza Garibaldi, and came to the conclusion that Parma has no readily recognisable identity, probably because of the ...
... threadbare clothing and knock off kitchen wares but the people watching was absolutely wonderful as we saw so many Italians bartering for all kinds of things and the heckling to get us to look at their booths brought us back to our time in the Grand Bazaar except this time everyone was shouting “PREGO” to us.
By the time we made it back to Milan it was pretty late that evening so we decided to ask the hotel for a dinner recommendation nearby and ...