Albergo Villa Giarona
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... Expensive at 70€ with a bottle of red but great food. Porcini funghi pasta and fish in a strong tomato and olive sauce finished with a creme brûlée - best meal yet. Rain all night and predicted to get worse and stay for few days so no point staying here, nothing to do in the rain. Prefer to spend wet day in train and come back when it's fine. Bought the last copy of a walk description book in village- lots great looking walks- some quite easy and some up ...
... and just how you would imagine an Italian village/town to be.
After a couple of cups of coffee we set off for Parma and arrived at our hotel for the night.
The hotel was located on the north side of the city and the room was probably the best that we had been accommodated in so far.
We dumped our bags and got a taxi into the city ...
... and apologised for getting him up late last night.....you'll note that staying up late is a bit of theme with us. The taxi showed up, we jumped in and he immediately headed off in the wrong direction, he obviously had to keep up the reputation that Milan's Taxi Drivers are rip off merchants....so I say to Rhid, "This guy is going the wrong way".. and we slowly take a couple of turns until we're heading the right way. We get to Centrale Station and I can see Rhid is ...
... or Puss in Boots. It literally made our day but we didn't know what to do with the bag of stuff... We've got in our car so we can rummage through the best bits (I joke I joke). It twas a goodbye from us and a see you next year from them. B&B GOBSMACKED -—-—-—-—-— ;-—-— I'm not joking with you on this one. This place we ended up in is literally the dogs bollocks (excuse my expression). ...
... it everywhere. Walking through the old city you'll hear live music coming from the upper stories... mostly violins, but other instruments as well. Here people come from all over not just to learn to play music, but to make musical instruments. And these are made, not in big, streamlined factories, but in back alley shops. There's something very lofty and majestic about this place. To explore an old Italian city is one thing. To do it while being serenaded ...