B&B Hotel Faenza
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... car with Bistro (Vino anyone?).
The train also had high speed Wi-Fi which allowed Bill to get some work done while traveling.
After passing through Rimini the train traveled down the coast of the Adriatic Sea until we reached ...
... feet. We sit. We order. We eat. We drink. We have some local wine and a snack. Don't worry. We have a full dinner later in the evening--tagliatelle al ragu, vino and chocolate salami for dessert! It's like a log of ganache or fudge with biscotti mixed in. When it's sliced it looks like salami--OMG!
Friday, our first full day in Bologna, we set our alarm for ...
... the way Jerry spotted an open restaurant that had a special lunch of pasta scampi, white fish and a piece of pan seared calamari (no breading) We stopped and had the special of the day, what a treat! Great meal amongst many locals!
Content with our meal and ready to burn off some calories, we headed back to our B&B. We both thought this was a very memorable day and one we thoroughly enjoyed!
Just a couple of pictures today.
So there I was, fuming like a cracked chimney top, taking artistic photos of the wall I was staring at and determined to ignore any attempt at contact. I had thoughtfully left Liam with a key to the apartment so as not to abandon him homeless but was otherwise in a fairly uncompromising state of mind.
Of course, the mind has a tendency to become rational once the actual trigger to your tempestuous alter ...
... I could actually have been working when he arrived and maybe he'd been forced to while away some time in a café before I could find him. Either way, the important part was him making it safe and sound, which he did! Except for one, little, tiny, sneaky, conniving, heart-breaking, wisdom tooth.
I very clearly recall this wisdom tooth being something of the bane of my existence during the first few days of his stay. He was utterly crippled with pain and ...