Nuovo Hotel del Porto
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At the end of the second world war the Italian-Yugoslav border was cast with the Slovenian city of Gorica just inside Italy. Tito's very communist reaction was to build a new city (the imaginatively monikered Nova Gorica) immediately across the Yugoslav border so the two cities effectively merged but with the iron curtain down the middle. With …
... with them... but a good one most of the time.
When we got to Bologna of course Zuzia could not park the car but Miguel just woke up from sleeping and did it. Yes we totally fulfill those stereotypes.
Sadly we missed the christmas-market, but we kept telling us it would not have been good anyway.
We also saw Gregory, the pope that invented our calender of today, very ...
... nobody ever came to check the tickets so we were fine out in the aisle. We got out and started heading for the hotel (the walk leading us through all the sites). We saw pizza nettune (Neptune square) and then saw Santa Maria Delle Sanita. That was really pretty:) We dropped our bags off at the hotel (we have a balcony too which we discovered) and went to eat lunch. We asked a nice construction guy where the pizza San domenico was so we could eat in their pretty court yard. I fed ...
... in their floor. We set out with our friends to explore a bit more walking under these amazing porticos and tried to make sense of towers that were leaning so bad you forgot which angles were perfectly vertical. Justin took us to his favorite butcher shop where we got some local mortadella. We sat on the steps looking across the an open piazza and enjoyed this local treat and caught up with our friends. The next stop was a an introduction into apertivo! ...
... her home, stopping on the way we admired the great castle that dominates the city, it is a huge fortress with a moat and architecture that is reminiscent of Eastern Europe, not a building I would naturally associate with the romance of Italy. I was immediately intrigued by this city and struck by the much larger and grander buildings than those found in the quaint villages that we had left behind. This seemed to be the more realistic side of Italy.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed