Hotel Palace Maria Luigia
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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 ...
... in The Alps. According to the forecast the weather is still rubbish and the forecast is not good for the next couple of days. We will give consideration to returning to The Alps, the Swiss Alps, next week if the forecast improves.
We stopped off at lunch time for a coffee at a village called Comune Di Canetto Sull'oglio. The place was 'drop ...
... 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 ...
... Fair Play it really is a magnificent building. Rhid gets the tickets easily enough and then we get touted by some African guys who pretend they're working for the rail company, they look at your ticket, suck their teeth and lead you to the completely wrong platform, looking all officious...then out comes the hand that wants to be crossed with Euro metal....great scam, the best bit is that they really do look the part as they wear suits and ties...fantastic. I tip him generously ...
... were illuminated. They also have really narrow streets with small bars and tons of people packed into them because it's a Saturday night and people want to party. I walked around for an hour or so and I feel satisfied that I've seen Parma well enough. I wouldn't be paying to go inside the museums during the day anyways, so this was just as good.
Tomorrow it's off to Gryon for 3 nights in the Alps. Time to slow down for a couple of days before picking up the pace ...