Hotel Palace Maria Luigia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... guy who has now been resident near Firenze for some years and is a keen dealer in "collector cars", so we had a fair bit in common and shared a zillion photos.
Tomorrow, I am told we have an appointment in Milano, which is a fair way from where I was aiming for, the CinqueTerra coastal towns . Maybe after Milano.....
... we had to wait another 50 minutes for a 7 minute trip. Fortunately the directions to our B & B were easy (but all up hill). Then to add insult to injury, we had to haul the luggage up to the 3rd floor! At last we met Maria, our hostess, who was very kind and understanding and a font of information. She made us a dinner reservation and we ended the day with a delicious meal of local fish watching the sun set over the ...
... Most have baskets and/or saddlebags. I wish we could have gotten a picture of the chef, in his uniform, riding back from the market with his basket full of beautiful produce. The cherries and tomatoes are in season and have been very tasty. Grandmas, mothers, business people, kids, all ages and stages ride bikes. It helps that the traffic is mostly slow, the streets wide and most have bike lanes. This is our last day in Parma. Given ...
... and produce. We keep trying to get over there but there is just so much great food to choose from! For lunch we randomly picked a restaurant, La Forchettta, and had a fabulous lunch. We shared 3 appetizers: an asparagus mousse sitting in a pool of Parmesan cream sauce, deep fried Parmesan puffs, and a plate with a variety of hams. Really delicious. We also tried a local white wine which was bright and refreshing. ...
... it has been an honor system. You heave your bags up two or thee steps. There may be a luggage area, or not. Fortunately this car has a luggage area as the car is quite full so it would be awkward to keep the luggage at your seat. We are in the only no smoking car. Quite an eclectic mix of people. Lots of languages, tourists, Italian families (school is out) and all ages. We seem to be travelling out of the bowl of the mountains which protect Verona. The land is flat ...