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... penny on it, but were not disappointed. Alessandro was our enthusiastic guide. We drove west from Bologna to Modena county and explored the holy trinity. No, not a church! We've seen enough of those. I'm talking cheese, vinegar, and cured meat here.
We visited a Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese factory, a Balsamic Vinegar operation, and a Prosciutto factory. We had to get up early to see the cheesemakers at ...
... for 8 years
Attended Chiropractic School there
And the conversation soon turned to food and health
But, we are in Bologna so eat as the Bolognans do
She suggests Nonna Rosa's outside the city center
And she reserves a table for us
And we exchange emails
Who knows, maybe we'll meet again someday
At the hotel, the concierge misunderstands and calls
Mama Rosa's for a reservation
All filled he tells us sadly
We have a ...
... br> But delicious
Another full day in more ways than one
How do these Europeans stay so fit?
THRU AMERICAN EYES
What's different here in Italia?
Just what is it, anyway?
The people are almost all thin
Pubic transport ubiquitous
Food real and fresh
Wish I could change
Just a few things
As we walk to the restaurant on our first night in Italy, we notice that almost everyone is dressed in BLACK. Alex ...
... signage at station and no directions on hotel web site. Hotel 4 Viale Masini modern and comfy for 64e. Room faced Main Street to west and was 28deg when I arrived. Reception said law made them turn off aircon on 15 Oct!! Fortunately could open window a bit. Lunch at tabac/bar next door- cheese salad with good bread. Walked up yo main square and cathedral and back thru labyrinth of lane ways with covered footpaths ...
... the better of Caterina. Although the next morning he boasted to his men, ‘She defended her fortresses better than her virtue,’ few laughed while the rest of Italy mourned.”
She was named by a contemporary biographer, "Il Tigre de Forli" after her defense of Forli from attack by the Venetians in yet another battle to preserve her city state. In the final years of her life, she confided to a monk: "If I were to write the story of my life, I ...