Albergo Rossini Dal 1936
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So a very exciting day as we set off for Rome. Hard to believe that we are actually going to see this city this afternoon. ! Driving south through the edges of Tuscany s very influential part of Italy at times more important than Rome especially during Renaissance times. fabulous scenery especially cypress ...
... We arrived at Ferrara at 1345 and we had two and a half hours to wander the town. Warren visited the museum in the castle which he enjoyed. From here we caught a bus to meet our boat at the small village of Zelo. I think everyone fell asleep during the 45 minute trip after a 40 km day in bright sunshine and temperatures approaching 30 degrees. After dinner we wandered up to the localities where darts was popular. Warren and Alex were beaten by Marco and Guilliano in a tight ...
... that were cast in clay (terracotta) by Niccolo del'Arca in the second half of the 15th century. They are absolutely stunning in their portrayal of raw emotion, and seeing them was the highlight of my visit to Bologna.
Tonight will be my fifth night in Bologna and tomorrow is going to be one of those days where I am up at 5.15am to catch a bus, then two trains, then a plane, then another train, then a 1km walk to get to my next place in Athens. For at least half ...
... still surrounded by 9km of ancient walls. The Castello Estense in the centre of town is surrounded by a moat and is complete with drawbridges. The streets are quite cobblestones making riding the old noisy bikes pretty teeth chattering, but the kids loved it and it is such a good way to get around. We did a few laps of town, the obligatory ice cream, stracciatella fast becoming the favourite flavour! Luckily pulled up at ...
... eat simply". I started to cook and over the next weeks I cooked almost every day. We spent two days halving apricots that had just been harvested for jam and juice. After that we bottled 100 jars of jam. I didn't get to see how the jam was made but it tasted great. The process of making the juice is similar. Making 4 crates of bottled apricot juice - well everything becomes banal in the end. Picking raspberries was more fun than black currants. Weeding was my ...