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Saturday, July 26, 2014
Okay so when 9 am arrived this morning it did see to come very soon. However we had our breakfast and set off on the road to Modena. It was a pleasant trip. Our Hotel Astor is out of town. This is the cheapest accommodation we have booked – at 57 euros per night we were not expecting much. This includes breakfast and 'other special features' – see ...
... in with the Italian drivers. It's 8 pm and I know it gets dark just before 9pm.. Great... dark just when we have to turn off the autostrade and onto the winding country roads.... make good time since driving like Italians... Take the turn off for Urbino ( larger town we have to drive through to get to Urbania... It's now pitch black outside, narrow twisting country roads, more " traffic circles" than you can imagine for such a rural area. ...
... not much interesting. I've seen so many Catholic Churches in the UK and other European countries. So I'm not interested in how amazingly big the church is or details are. Because its almost same for me. But better than nothing as always. So started to go and see them in Bologna. After walking the city for 2-3 hrs, i feel like ive seen almost all on the map already and just so tired physically. Wanna eat nice ...
Wanna test your driving skills and concentration levels ????
Drive the 1 1/2 hour drive from Florence north to Maranello
Very narrow dual road, skinny tunnels and a million trucks.
We survived the drive to arrive at Maranello, Home of the Ferrari.
Ferrari's here, Ferrari's there, Ferrari's EVERYWHERE
Did a factory tour and ...
... city is phenomenal! I can't believe how much history and beauty contained in this compact place I've experienced in just two nights and a day! I now get when Luca said he felt strange when he went to a place like the USA where everything is new -- in the same way that finding myself in a place like Bologna felt surreal: the place is a living, breathing museum yet the people are so cosmopolitan, liberal and forward ...