Al Cappello Rosso
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Public transportation in Italy is phenomenal. You really could live here without a car. We decided to take the FrecciaRossa (high speed) from Bologna to Bari. This train can travel along at 300 Km/hr. about 180 MPH. The trip took about 5 ½ hours and was absolutely wonderful. The seats were very comfortable and there was ...
After noon we hop on another train to Modena, a short 20 minute train ride from Parma. We are in the hometown of tenor Luciano Pavarotti and automobile company founder Enzo Ferrari.
Yes, we see another beautiful, grand cathedral and more beautiful piazzas. We walked through an Artisanal Craft Fair in a small piazza. We stop ...
... a.m. We drag ourselves out of bed between 9:30 and 10:00. What jet lag? Fear sets in as I've yet to have a cappuccino in Italy. We're running out of time--cappuccino is ordered only in the morning. My first cappuccino in Bologna was ordered and delivered around 11:00 a.m.today. Lovely.
We take a "Hop On, Hop Off" tour this afternoon. We hop on and stay on ...
... golden by the autumn sun, as well as enjoying plenty of Italian feasts prepared by Anna herself. I also had the chance to catch up with fellow grape harvester, Fidele who is still in town! The short visit allowed me to get my farm fix, fill up my stash of hand-crafted balsamico as well as realize that this certainly won't be my last trip back! Baci, baci Anna and Mauri! ...
... 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 ...