Canossa
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LarryZona201
Florence, Italy6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Family
best local foods meal we found...the Bolliti E Arrosti Al Carrello (boiled and roasted meats cart) Is not to be missed..Family staff and pride of ownership shows throughout...
Written 28 March 2014
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ning q
China4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015
It's long time planned place to go to pay a warship to ancient strong men who were from two worlds, especially to a woman, Matilde, who reconcile Henry and Gregory at a critical moment and have it immortalized henceforth. I just can not understand why such a holy and historically meaningful place has been neglected by locale and the state, which at least, municipal government can play a role to revitalize the regional tourism by putting the place into elegant shape with being well presented internationally. A reflection generated by my today's trip to the great site is that Italy as well as Europe shall learn from China by adopting a slogan used by Chinese government some 3 decades ago that is "reform and open door policy". It's even further strongly suggested that there shall be a big program to be entered by both European and Chinese governments that both sides exchange officials and cadres working at different levels of governments both at federal and municipal to monitor counterparty's development. I believe there's a strong synergy in both sides to maximize the talent and expertise of officials from both sides not only highly efficient for development in each world but also more importantly a perfect way for anti corruption drive.
Written 27 December 2015
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BillF1957
Northport, NY16 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Business
Quaint spot with excellent home made pasta and a wonderful meat trolley. Very friendly staff! Full bar with lots of affordable wines!
Written 29 May 2014
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Alfces
Cattolica, Italy101 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Business
In Emilia, th heart of Italian food tradition, this is the place where you would like to find yourself eating. Tradition starts form the dress of waiters (black trousers, white tie, white jacket and black papillon) that reminds scenes of the popular sixties Italian realism cinema to the simple environment to end up with the food. Freshly sliced mortadella and parmesan the must appetisers and then cappelletti and bollito. Wash it down with Lanbrusco and you are "traditionalised" for good. If you don't have enough th house offers an interesting selection of deserts, all home made.
Very good value for money.
Written 27 March 2014
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lupegolan
Israel62 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2013 • Couples
The way from Reggio Emillia to Canossa was one of the most beautiful landscapes we saw.Even the castles were closed we just enjoyed the view
Written 29 December 2013
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Samuel80337
Munich, Germany111 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2012 • Friends
This is the fortress where Heinrich IV had to start in 1077 the mortifying and legendary way to Canossa to submit to the pope.
Written 29 June 2012
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Where2Next
New York City, NY113 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2011 • Couples
Great experience. Try the meat cart -- it was getting rave reviews. The local tortelli was excellent. A chance to eat with the locals. W rehad the Pinot Grigio - best we ever had.
Written 29 September 2011
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