Hotel Principessa Leonora

Via Mascheraio 39, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Ferrara

"I don't think you should drive down here."

A travel blog entry by twofoodies

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... Bologna the erudite, because it is seat of one of the most antique Universities of the world, that is still attended by many Italian and foreign students. Bologna the red, because of the colour of the roofs of its houses that maintain the typical colours of the medieval age. Bologna the fat because it has a tasty gastronomy that could satisfy any palate and that is why Video Girl and Battery Boy are here.

Video Girl and Battery Boy persisted ...

An interesting day driving thru Tuscan mountains

A travel blog entry by yurgo56

5

... closed and the town itself was very unimpressive. We passed through a beautiful hillside town, Panzano with the surrounding area full of vines and olive groves. We stopped by the side of the road to take it all in. As I mentioned we are in a very hilly section which is not what I wanted to see, but the accommodation is quite nice. Even allowing for the dogs across the valley that bark more than the Cobb's thing! I have seen quite ...

Last day of cooking school

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen

3

... tasting- and took a nap. Back this afternoon for vegetable fest. We made ratatouille and gratin of tomoatoes, and one of eggplant. We made stuffing for a flat bread called piadina, almost like flour tortillas, and then made little stuffed ones filled with potato or sausage and potato that were my favorite. We wrapped it up a little early, our teacher thinks the chef and owner worked ...

Cooking school day 2

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen

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... fell asleep. Tired!! This afternoon we made.. 2 versions of panna cotta, SO good although I could only sneak a little taste, 2 marmelades to go with it, one fig and one cherry and apricot. Also several versions of pork scallopine with balsamic, one with lemon, one with prosciutto and Parmesan, and one with parsley garlic and lemon.. Omg excellent, on top of that we made stuffed zucchini, ...

Cooking school day one

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen

5

... have never done before. Marc made chicken and rabbit cacciatore, very simple and tastes great. A lot of tips about Italian cooking, simple but traditional grandmother recipes. Tomorrow more pasta!! We are tired from standing all day but it was great. Loving this beautiful old city with large pedestrian areas and miles of covered walkways, our architects would love it!! XOXO ...

     

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