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Left Asti yesterday to head across to Parma. It took us about 25 minutes to de-ice the windscreen and windows before we could start driving. Even though it had stopped snowing, it was still below zero, with a thick blanket of fog covering the city. We again decided to forgo the convenience of using the Autostrada and stick to the regional roads (to …
Off to the opening of the annual Prosciutto Festival... and the Bologna countryside...
... compared to Tabiano. The difference between towns is stark. Looks like the Giro D'Italia comes through here on 20/5 Dad. 29 degrees and sunny today. Game of bowls late afternoon. Prefer watching the Lannisters and Starks. Out for dinner tonight and then we prepare for our final leg to Tuscany. No wifi for a while. Only a local library near our farm stay in Tuscany. Will venture there to update once or twice. We are there until the 21/5. M ...
... in Barcelona. I loved the combination of simplicity but also detail and the green and dark red colours. I walked around it a couple times to take it all in.
Then I headed to the other big thing, the Piazzale Michelangelo, a hill where you can see the whole city. On the way I saw the Gucci museum (of course it's in Italy), and a few other significant churches and basilicas. I also crossed the Vecchio bridge where they have some really expensive jewelry ...
Up very early today as we are catching the 6.10am train out of Reggio Emilia to Milan. Fortunately there are 3 of us travelling home on the same plane with Singapore. Train was about 1 hour 45min, then shuttle from Milan City to the airport was over another hour. Finally got through airport checkin and ready to board at 1130am after some snacks. Just over a 11 hour flight. Slept a little bit, hard to get comfortable. Had lunch which was chicken, rice & ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStarhotels Du Parc Parma
Great hotel. A reminder of what hotels were about yesteryear. It is very well located with the city just a short walk away. Free parking was available. WiFi is not free, but only costs 6 euro per 24 hours.
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