Hotel Villa Molinari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Villa Molinari Collecchio
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... here, haven't had a bad meal yet. It has been stifling hot today, although wearing black to support our team was essential, it didn't help us trying to keep cool. Finally managed to get on the bus, which took us to the Stadia XXV Aprile (stadium), brought return tickets, but no blimmin bus home, you gotta love this place. The boys looked great in their gear, so proud of Mitch, he did look the part, even though he is ...
... discover though that the game tomorrow has already sold out and we don't have tickets. Luckily Mitch has got us all some, but we don't know where to purchase them from, what a friggin nightmare. The next game is also sold out so tomorrow will be searching tirelessly looking for tickets. Finally found a supermarket and brought a few supplies, and ate in for dinner. Looking forward to bed, certainly walked more than the 10,000 steps that you are supposed to do each ...
Had a quick 40 minute train ride to Parma, cute little town, got taxi to place where we were staying as had no WiFi or any means of communicate to let hosts know that we were here. Finally connected and found our place. Very difficult trying to communicate but you get there in the end. Quaint little place and very handy to everything. Had a quick look around, even though we were shattered, it was only 10am in the morning. Not too many around, so had a rest, went ...
... a bit bumpier this time, great electrical storm to be seen, great food and service from Singapore airlines. Arrive in Milan at 8.20am. Today is Ollie's birthday so happy happy birthday ollie, hope you have a great day, we will all be thinking of you, so if anyone wants to give him a hug in my absence please do so. The fun now begins, we have to catch a train to Parma which is where Mitch and the boys are staying. We will be there for 3 nights as first game of rugby is ...
... probably won’t be the last of the duomos we see on this trip.
A short stroll to the Civic Museum ala Ponzone (the city museum of Cremona). This is an extensive art museum with lots of paintings ranging from the 1300s to the 2000s, some of which were done by Cremonese painters. BUT, the crème de le crème was a collection of guitars, lutes, and mandolins on loan from Carlo Alberto Carutti, a Milanese entrepreneur ...