Hotel Relais Fontevivo

Address: Via Roma 1/A, Parma, Emilia-Romagna, 43010 , Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Roma 1/A, Parma.
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    Near Parma

    A travel blog entry by david.seldon on Jul 01, 2015

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... day, and yesterday Treas learned that nail-polish-remover also dissolves plastic bathroom sinks very quickly..... Luckily only cosmetic damage...
    Sigh....
    It's hard being a man....
    On another subject - I have to say I ...

    Mantova

    A travel blog entry by w_d_kerswill on Jun 26, 2015

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    ... stopped for lunch beside one of the 3 lakes that surround Mantova. Another beautiful, sunny day. After a shower back on the boat we headed into town for a guided tour of the town centre. We saw the Palazza Ducale which was home to the Gonzaga family for 400 years until the early 18th century. They supported the arts and the palace has many fine frescos which we unfortunately could not see. We then visited the 2 enormous cathedrals and a small circular ...

    Church, Cheese and Carnival

    A travel blog entry by w_d_kerswill on Jun 25, 2015

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    Another day cycling on quiet roads and along the top of the levee banks beside the Po River. We had a short stop at a little church that had been rebuilt after being destroyed by bombing during WW2. From here it was a short cycle to the cheese factory at Bergantino. They make a cheese called Grana Padano which is only made north of the Po River. It is like Parmesan which is ...

    The slow train

    A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Jun 23, 2015

    4 photos

    ... we had to wait another 50 minutes for a 7 minute trip. Fortunately the directions to our B & B were easy (but all up hill). Then to add insult to injury, we had to haul the luggage up to the 3rd floor! At last we met Maria, our hostess, who was very kind and understanding and a font of information. She made us a dinner reservation and we ended the day with a delicious meal of local fish watching the sun set over the ...

    Parma Promenade

    A travel blog entry by clpdelaney on Jun 22, 2015

    3 photos

    ... Most have baskets and/or saddlebags. I wish we could have gotten a picture of the chef, in his uniform, riding back from the market with his basket full of beautiful produce. The cherries and tomatoes are in season and have been very tasty. Grandmas, mothers, business people, kids, all ages and stages ride bikes. It helps that the traffic is mostly slow, the streets wide and most have bike lanes. This is our last day in Parma. Given ...