Hotel Sole Di Busseto
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... lake. 70€ for single use of double room. Property run by Marco, nice young guy who spent a year in Oz, and his girlfriend who didn't speak English but was friendly enough. Property is owned by a local lady, and operated by his dad. Went for walk around village and to lake in arvo - strong winds and rain set in but looks like a good place to come back to. Cab fare from Como is 20€ but bus and ferry also available. Too wet to go out for dinner so ate at in ...
... 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
... Petromoli before climbing over the Cisa pass which was fantastic. From the top of the pass it was just a few km descent down to Berceto.
The coastal road was quite busy but the pass was deserted.
Before Petromoli we passed though a extensive area of quarries with huge slabs and blocks of marble ready for use as a raw material.
We have 131.5km on the clock for the ...
... 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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... the proper standards. And if it doesn’t, they do not receive the DOP designation.
OK Costco. I know what to look for now. I will be calling you out if the Parmigiano Reggiano, Prosciutto di Parma or traditional balsamic vinegar that you advertise as DOP is not labeled with the proper emblems! It’s been a long and tasty day but we are exhausted. The only problem with the tour is the 2 ½ hour drive back to our cozy little ...