Agriturismo Alla Casella

Via A. Talassi, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44044, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ferrara

Bologna

A travel blog entry by joseph.taylor

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... walk up! The view from the top once again was breathtaking. I feel like I have been very lucky to get the opportunity to get to the highest point of most of the cities that I have visited and soak up the incredible views. I like doing this not just for the views, but it also really helps you understand the city. After we got down from the tower, we had free time to walk around the city. I rank Bologna #5 out of 6, but I'm sure this would change if we ...

THE ONE WITH THE TOBACCO FARMHOUSE

A travel blog entry by joephilpotts

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Location: In the middle of nowhere but my god is it pretty. The main blurb of this blog is to explain to you about our stay at the farmhouse in CEREA. THE ARRIVAL -—-—-—-—- We pull up to this gate in evening cold hoping this is the correct place, the right accommodation. I leave the van to explore and find the press button for the Agriturismo hoping someone might answer.... I press.... No ...

PUSS IN BOOTS - A Cat Beyond All Others

A travel blog entry by joephilpotts

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... i might cry - a beaut of a place!! We walk in and my god it's such a big place with loads of double storey room with beds on the bottom and up top. Immediately Manu and I perk up to realise that this place is perfect for a game of hide n seek. To finalise, after an adventurous day and happily ending up in a gorgeous agriturismo, it's time for a pizza and a nice surprise from our good friend Dani Gurl. Buon appetito, it's a knockout! ...

Day Trippin', Part I

A travel blog entry by zo_zo

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... We wandered (theme of this trip) some more, occasionally stopping to see Christmas displays or other buildings. And then we went to the Torre Asinelli, one of two old towers in the city center. The towers were important because all of the regions of what is today Italy used to be constantly at war with each other in their history prior to unification. The towers would have provided a high lookout post so that the Bolognese could see ...

Nick Cave!

A travel blog entry by kittybowlero

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... happen?

Wow, the mountains just keep getting more and more beautiful. I think this is the area that my friend Antonio will be working in during the ski season. Lucky him!

Got to Milan with 20 minutes to spare before my next train. Had to run to catch the metro to get to another train station. Grabbed the train and exhaled. Almost there. Got a quick sandwich in the restaurant car and watched a very important man alternate using both his ...

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