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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... fast on his feet as well when a couple of cops walked around the corner. Everyone gives this bloke Usain Bolt big raps for his speed across 100m, lets see Mr Bolt run the 200 with a collapsable table, a white linen cover, a wad of euro in cash and change, three brass bells and a little ball. Now that is a challenge I would like to see. I reckon this little Italian bloke would give him a run for his ...
... apparently 666 stone arches all the way to the top of the basilica. If it is correct can you imagine the conversation between the head preacher and the contractor who did the work! It would go something like. Head preacher: 'mate this is fantastic, you have done a cracker of a job, i want to write up a profile on the job here and submit it to the pope as we might be in for a bit of an award for this little project, so tell me about it.' Project ...
... are built from marble. Inside, two rows of three, arched, columns divide the main body of the church into three vertical and four horizontal sections, the central vertical section leading up to the alter through a wide staircase. The walls and columns support three brilliantly frescoed semi spherical ceilings over each of the vertical sections. Four stained glass panes on either side of the structure, each as high as a door, diffuse sunlight into the church from just below ...
... 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.
2 hrs, 3.3 kms
I reach Argenta in the "scorcher hours" of the days. The streets are empty, the shops closed. The town has narrow streets with same looking houses pressed right against the street--sort of like the more boring towns of ...