Best Western Hotel Liberta
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel Liberta Modena
Quaint, quiet room over the alloy. Enjoyed my stay, the architecture, and the great breakfast and photos on the walls. Drop the "Best Western" from the name it would get a 5*.
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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 ...
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... to take in. Only problem is almost all the descriptions were only in Italian but still understood the period & location.
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... Parma ham) and then some local Reggio Parmagiano cheese. Lastly we had a small piece of blackberry slice. We also had some of their wines, a white (Sauvignon) and two reds (Lambrusco).
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