Albergo Ristorante Sapori
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Acetaia di Giorgio, old mansion of the 14 Barbieri brothers, under its roof in the heart of the city of Modena keeps all the glamour and the attraction of very ancient rites and of centuries old tradition.
From the exclusive family consumption, today Giorgio, Giovanna and Carlotta Barbieri have expanded this delicious pleasure to whomever desires to taste the incomparable flavour of the best Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of ...
... being tortured in hell so there have been a couple of attempts to blow it up and security is obvious. The cathedral claims to be one of the most beautiful in Europe. Its nice but it is not particularly outstanding amongst the many we have seen.
From the Basilica we walked back along the long porticos of Via del Independenza to the hotel where we retreated from the heat for the day. Room service looked like a good ...
... treated like a special guest. Apparently they made a lot of fuss of her and everyone kept checking everything was going right.
Fede and I went off to have a coffee and then picked up Fede's partner, Marco, a lawyer in international law, criminal law and family law in Venice and Padua. Marco worked in London and speaks English, French and German as well as Italian which is useful for international law. Marco had a very sore swollen foot so we took him to ...
... good dinner, but again quite pricey, especially the wine.
We decided it did not deserve a second drink, and walked onto to nice, little wine bar for a nightcap and a final taste of Bologna. Michael described it as a cross between Siena and Naples. The charm and atmosphere of Siena, combined with the size and frantic pace of Naples.
A great city though, which we are looking forward to exploring more fully ...
... you would in its book.
Then off to wander around the book sale area. After it took us four wrong turns WITH a map to find it. I fell in love with a French illustrator, Rebecca Demautrer, who did a version of Alice in Wonderland and Rebecca's Little Theater. The illustrations are detailed, dark, and broody. Not normally the sort of stuff I am drawn to, but there was just something about that Alice. The other book is completely made up of ...