Beatrice Bed & Breakfast

via dell'Indipendenza, 56 , Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40121, Italy | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Porto area of Bologna, is near Teatro Comunale di Bologna, Museo Civico Medioevale e dal Rinascimento, Museo Ebraico, and Cineteca di Bologna.
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    Travel Blogs from Bologna

    Very impressed with Joelene :-)

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 09, 2014

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    ... fast on his feet as well when a couple of cops walked around the corner. Everyone gives this bloke Usain Bolt big raps for his speed across 100m, lets see Mr Bolt run the 200 with a collapsable table, a white linen cover, a wad of euro in cash and change, three brass bells and a little ball. Now that is a challenge I would like to see. I reckon this little Italian bloke would give him a run for his ...

    Venice to Bologna

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... every column is built of stone, mortar to exact specifications, it is completely covered and there are exactly 666 arches from the city gates to the basilica front doors. Head preacher: 'sorry, did you say 666, mate, you don't reckon you could have squeezed another one in or at least dropped one out! 666 - we are going to have to leave that bit put of the awards submission. Do you reckon you could count the number of stones you used!' Anyway that is for ...

    A Very Active Day Indeed!

    A travel blog entry by msdiozzi on Jul 28, 2014

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    ... stayed strong. We were inspired by runners and fitness enthusiasts who were clearly using the beautiful porticoes as part of their regimen. We had to stop briefly here and there to breathe and rest, but this effort is well worth it, and it helps burn off all of the heavenly Bolognese food. The church itself is not all that special, but of course I say that as it compares to the breathtaking churches of Italy. It was closed which made me sad because it has art by Guido Reni and ...

    San Benedetto and Ascoli Piceno

    A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 03, 2014

    ... 8217;t get any better, there was the ancient cathedral. It was supplementary that the organist was playing "Ave Maria" as we entered through the giant wooden doors, but even without the sensory assistance of the pipe organ the interiors would have stunned any first time visitor into jaw dropping awe.

    The spectacular cathedral of Saint Emidious, the patron saint of earthquakes, was built in the fourteen hundreds. The outsides, including the detailed facade and ...

    Towers, Mosaics, Fast Cars and Great Cuisine

    A travel blog entry by sntj on Sep 03, 2013

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    ... with no blood on the floor these days.

    Early in the week, we drove to Ravenna [pop ~160,000]. It had been on our pre-deployment list and was subsequently strongly recommended by our Mercallo host. Both of us were right. Ravenna was the capital city of the Western Roman Empire during the 5th Century until the Empire’s collapse. Over the next 400 years, control of Ravenna passed from the Ostrogoths [who had wandered out ...