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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Valentini Salsomaggiore Terme
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... be very impressed with this Fiat Ducato that our van is based upon. It is a pleasure to drive, stops and handles really well, is economical, comfortable, has a quite reasonable performance, and I really can't find much that I would change apart from reverse gear being too high (low numerically) .
I would buy another in a heart-beat, and that's big wrap from me.
... with the luggage. A train had just pulled in and I feared it might be ours but no Christine. I asked someone and sure enough the train was ours. We raced down the stairs under the tracks and back up to the right track to see the doors close as we tried to get on. Argh. Back to the schedule to learn we had an hours wait. A beer in the Bistro helped to calm the nerves. Returning to another station on the line to catch the train to our ...
... 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. ...
... some fruit, rolls cheese and salami. There is a food festival this weekend so will try some of the local delicacies. Written the next morning....Oh what a night! It is ok to read on, as we are referring to dinner. We went to the premier restaurant in Parma, called I Parizzi. It is a hotel/restaurant/cooking school. And even though the kids' inheritance is notably smaller, it was the best meal we have ever had. We did not take pictures. The room was cellar-like but ...