B&B Via Punta 8
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So a very exciting day as we set off for Rome. Hard to believe that we are actually going to see this city this afternoon. ! Driving south through the edges of Tuscany s very influential part of Italy at times more important than Rome especially during Renaissance times. fabulous scenery especially cypress ...
... that were cast in clay (terracotta) by Niccolo del'Arca in the second half of the 15th century. They are absolutely stunning in their portrayal of raw emotion, and seeing them was the highlight of my visit to Bologna.
Tonight will be my fifth night in Bologna and tomorrow is going to be one of those days where I am up at 5.15am to catch a bus, then two trains, then a plane, then another train, then a 1km walk to get to my next place in Athens. For at least half ...
... had (sorry, I made that last bit up).
After a light lunch in the local
bakery / sandwich shop (I had a slice of pizza pomodoro and it was delicious),
we watched all the real enthusiasts returning from their test drives in a
Ferrari. It costs 80 euros but I’m not sure how long you get for that –
probably once round the block!
We arrived at our campsite in the
Apennine mountains of Reggio ...
Today, we went to a beautiful home I Modena where they produce Balsamuc Vinegar over many years. We tasted 7 vinegars that were aged from 15-25 years. They were so unique with subtle differences. They dont sell to shops, but freight to anywhere in the world.
We had a brilliant education session and got a whole new appreciation for it.
Ummm, needless to say I bought some.
Here's some history from the family ...
... both afternoons but no real stormy weather.
We think we have now got a good feel for the area and so will be moving on tomorrow.
We have just had a post evening meal stroll and watched the sunset over the hills. A pale grey mist was settled in the valley bottoms and as the burning orange sun sank behind the mountains, they were silhouetted in ever deepening shades of charcoal. You don’t see that in ...