Travel Blogs from Parma
... pleasant. No sign of earthquake damage. Lots of old buildings. Pleasant shops, laid back traffic and people on cycles. Loads of coffee bars and places to eat and lots of pedestrian only areas. Even found somewhere to park. Sat and had coffee outside municipal offices in main square and got caught up in wedding. Family of five foot midgets in posh becks high heel shoes. Limo parked on cobbled square. Interesting watching pigeon ...
... concerned as more and more trucks and cars converge.. Bertha plods along. Rocket Ron behind. Sooner or later truck decides to pull out into this mess without signalling in front of Bertha. Needless to say after three hours of this kind of driving, when I arrived in modena decided to stay for two nights until trucks are banned from roads for weekend..... Too much testosterone on Italian ...
The train is a little behind schedule due to the large number of large Americans putting a massive amount of luggage on each stop. However the train clearly has the rights for the bologna Milan sector the driver clocked 300kmph just before the photo and a bit more maybe as the speed went mysteriously blank after ...
Arrived today in Modena, not much, just stopping to catchup and visit the Ferrari hype. Accommadation was ok, large clean room with sufficient breakfast. Had pool but cold. The place was in a field region, quite and not too much around. Two nights rest and onto Andona. Small holiday coastal ...
We left Lake Garda to head for our next stop "Campeggio Parco Al Po" in Cremona.
We stopped for less than an hour before deciding it was overpriced and pretty much rubbish.
In our time there we used the facilities - these weren't anywhere near as bad ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking