B&B Hotel Ferrara
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... herbs, filling honey jars, gathering and cracking open hazelnuts and yet more weeding we have experienced a number of fun and interesting foods and things here in Italy, I can't wait to share all my stories and "good" pictures. :) Although we are enjoying Italy we are ready to come home, God has watched over and blessed us so much on this trip. Please know we miss all of you back home and look forward to coming back to a cold snowy wonderful Idaho in a month! ...
... mosaic tiles and lots of little bars and restaurants. All old but mostly well maintained. Main piazza and duomo had medieval look and were huge. Church was designed to be biggest in Europe till Papa stepped in. Taxi to Ducati 20€ for museum tour which had to be booked and was a bit disappointing cause factory closed this week. Lots nice bikes including first model Cicolino (small puppy) 100cc. Lots ...
... a quick macchiato. Joanna was right on time - it was probably obvious I was the student as apart from the very old lady having coffee (who looked like a regular) I was the only other solo person. We worked out the basic menu and then explored the markets to buy the relevant ingredients - it was fantastic to be able to ask questions about the fruit and vegetables, learn about balsamic vinegar, parmigiana reggiano, mortadella and all the other amazing foods we saw. I ...
... through to the remains below. The tour of the ancient remains was closed - didn't open again until 3pm. There is no consistency with when places are open or closed - some closed for a late morning/lunch time siesta and then reopen and stay open until 8ish, while other places close at 4pm for the day. As a result I missed being able to enter a few places - but do have a few hours tomorrow so will pick the ones I really want to see and head there either before or after my ...
... for toasts. One of the things we liked about Bologna was that just about every single building in the old town has a huge loggia (covered walkway with pillars and arches) which would make it very easy to get around in the rain. We explored a couple of beautiful churches. The first one was the Church of San Pietro (which gave us great respite from the noise of the protestors!) and the second one was the Church of San Stefano. The second one was part of a ...