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Travel Blogs from Bologna
We arrived in bologna Friday morning at around 9:30am. Everyone was pretty exhausted at this point in the trip and kind of just wanted to be back in Rome. Bologna is famous for their colonnades that run along the main streets in the city. We focused primarily on Piazza Maggiore, which again is the major piazza in Bologna. There are two towers in Bologna close to Piazza Maggiore and we were able to climb to the top of one of them, which was a lot of ...
... traveling companion: she's responsible organized, but not anal; she's fun/funny and doesn't annoy me; and she and I both had the same loose, go-with-the-flow traveling attitude that let us be pretty flexible. With that last part in mind, we didn't really have anything specifically planned out when we got to Bologna, so we were free to wander. We obviously gravitated towards the old part of town, which wasn't too difficult to find. ...
Took the train to Milan this morning. Gotta stop there to get the train to Bologna. We passed the snow covered Alps. Just beautiful! Can't believe how many amazing train rides I've been on. Sometimes i feel guilty about napping.
The Italian border officers boarded the train to check passports as they typically do. The Italian couple sitting across the aisle from me did not have their passports. The cops told them to grab their things. I wonder ...
Bologna-The home of bolagnaise, Lasagna and parcel pasta and preserved meats.
We decided to do a day trip to check out the great food from Bologna. With another late start we headed off by train, we arrived in Bologna at about 1.30 after getting a bit lost and walking into the burbs rather than the city and then by the time we started to look for restaurants we discovered they were all closed for the afternoon. Eventually we settled on a waffle to ...
... the remaining gates. [We are trying to be good little environmentalists by leaving only footprints and taking only photos.]
Like most other cities in Italy, Bologna clearly has its own identity. This probably comes from the fact that before unification, Italy comprised a large number of individual states, some aligned to the papacy while others were ruled by powerful families. Today, that individuality still shines through.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed