Hotel San Marco & Formula Club
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Frecciarossa back to Milan. Had enough of cities, though Bologna has character, and want to get out to country. Hotel breakfast ok- scrambled eggs and meatballs and big flat round bread loaves. Had trouble understanding Trenitalia ticketing machine and paid for 2 tix, but not expensive- 4€ and 6€ for second and first class tix to Como. Lots of 'helpers' at machines- Africans everywhere. Safer to buy tix in office where there is an employee helper. Good cheese and ...
... br> Parma is a city of just under 200,000 which is famous for its ham's and cheeses. It is also famous for architecture. The city is very pleasant and small enough to walk around, just like Brescia.
We had a walk around the city, a bite to eat and a few beers before returning to the hotel.
Mileage today - 62
Total Mileage so far - 1265
... the big lake- they didn't rib me about it much considering!
It absolutely hammered down with rain for hours during the night - thunder and lightening, the full works, so we weren't optimistic for today. As it happened, by the time we had breakfast the rain had stopped and we have had a lovely day. The route took us out to close to the Med, along near the coast for a good ...
... get us to Parma......I then work out that the train to Recci is boarding so I need to find Rhid.....sure enough he's in the Information booth talking to a confused looking assistant. I tell Rhid we need to go....and I'm wondering why the assistant was looking confused. Rhid was one step ahead of me.....sure we get the train to Recci and get off at Parma but which train do we need to get on to get to Aulla........."Ah.." says I.... nope hadn't thought of that.
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... culatello ham. Famous chefs have a "chain" of ham ie Alain Ducasse.
This region is about the food and the local wine is Lambrusco. It is ok but the wine is secondary to the food.
Parma is a fantastic city with a great outdoor scene and people watching. The women are very chic and EVERYONE has a dog. It is basically an accessory. Highly recommend this region.