Alla Cedrara Azienda Agrituristica

Address: Via Aranova 104, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44044, Italy | 4 star b&b
 
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    Travel Blogs from Ferrara

    Early start to set off for Rome

    A travel blog entry by soozziip on Jul 09, 2015

    ... of great bankers from 13thC and sheep farmers. Medici dynasty the rulers of Tuscany showed great support for artists. Chianti full bodied red wine is grown in Tuscan region. One of famous wines produced in Tuscany. Many olive trees as well. Walking in Rome. Trevi fountain. Basilica Santa Maria. Used for Roman ...

    River Po and Ferrara

    A travel blog entry by w_d_kerswill on Jun 24, 2015

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    We were awoken at 0620 by the engines as Capitano Tullio eased us away from the dock at Adria. We passed through a lock with a lifting bridge and motored through breakfast to arrive at Bosaro at about 0900. We offloaded the bikes and began to ride. After 12km we stopped at Polesella for a coffee and toilet stop. After this we crossed the Po River and rode on top of a levee bank beside the Po River with corn, grape vines and fruit trees on the left. Beautiful scenery and little or ...

    Unexpected Museums

    A travel blog entry by w_d_kerswill on Jun 23, 2015

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    ... the museum staff who took pity on our inability to read the Italian descriptions of the exhibits and gave us a personal tour. The finds from the Greeks, Etruscan, Celts and Romans were amazing. The photos are just some on the wonderful exhibits. Dinner tonight was a seafood salad and sea bass all bought by cooks Giuliano and Enrico at the Chioggia markets this morning. ...

    Bologna is boring..and that is just what I needed.

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... and that it had to be tall enough so that a person riding a horse could easily pass under it. I suppose that the areas between the walkways in those days were possibly open sewers. Anyway it makes getting around the city easy, and I have enjoyed their shelter during a couple of heavy thunderstorms.
    The other main attraction is two brick towers, built in the 1300's. The tallest one is 100mtr high and has another one of those 500 step internal staircases to climb up ...

    Venice to Ferrara

    A travel blog entry by lakefamily4 on Jun 14, 2015

    Today we woke up and it was pouring with rain! It rather put a dampener on our plans to go over to Murano on the ferry. We got absolutely soaked through on the way there and Ziggy had a massive melt down about something or other. Not the best for window shopping the beautiful glass that it is famous for - so we ended up having hot chocolate and croissants! In a better mood we headed back to Venice to see ...