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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... probably won’t be the last of the duomos we see on this trip.
A short stroll to the Civic Museum ala Ponzone (the city museum of Cremona). This is an extensive art museum with lots of paintings ranging from the 1300s to the 2000s, some of which were done by Cremonese painters. BUT, the crème de le crème was a collection of guitars, lutes, and mandolins on loan from Carlo Alberto Carutti, a Milanese entrepreneur ...
... at Brescia. Leaving the Cremona station we tried to follow our ‘mapquest’ print out. Really difficult! So we started by making a wrong turn. We made a 20-minute walk into an hour walk – oh well!!.
Our hotel, the Astoria City Hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood with very large rooms. Clean, quiet, and comfortable is what you like in a hotel.
What a surprise! Cremona has some hidden gems. We first went to the ...
... the evening off with stuffed baby squid, stuffed with smashed peas and shrimp. They were hot and delicious. We then shared a plate of beautifully cooked spaghetti with shrimp and clams, again, delicious. Eldon ordered a plate of the turbo with potatoes, tomatoes and olives. It too was yummy. I ordered the sesame seeded tuna that was just O.K. We bought a bottle of red wine from the area and it was very ...
... in a blur as they fold the little parcels. I've grabbed a photo of them from google images as I was far too distracted to take photos of the food! The tortelli were served with a porcini sauce which was amazing. The pisarei e faso is a traditional poor man's dish that is like a very small gnocchi but it's made from stale bread crumbs and served in a tomato sauce with borlotti beans. I'd struggle to eat a whole plate as it is so filling but it's lovely to try some after the ...
... it takes longer to travel across Italy than N to S. Passengers seem to be mainly Italian on this ship. Once again the food was lovely last night and we are seated with four Aussies. Unfortunately too tired today to head into Rome they all left at 8am and wont be back until 5.30pm too much after yesterday. It also is quite hot. We are exploring the ship which is much larger than the Aromonia ...