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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... But it is actually quite good – spacious room and people are nice and friendly. We took the bus into the city centre and it was relatively ‘chiusod’ to start off with. However we eventually found a café for lunch and had enjoyable pizza and a tasty salad. Craig also spotted our very first sfolliatelle and it was very nice indeed – along with coffee. Yum.
... have to take and you need to be able to read them going min 70 km around a corner with the sign being extremely small so you can't read it until you are almost past it!!
So we continue on trying to recognize the town names are we drive through, this our confirmation that we are still on the right track..
The roads are 2 way so of course I get all the locals behind me getting very frustrated that I am "only" doing 60-70 km on ...
... with tomato meat sauce (Bolognese). I didnt know tortellini is a special local food from Bologna but my choice was the best. Even though the price was way too expensive for only tortellini, salad and coke - 26€. Just waked a bit of town after late meal and tried to find a supermarket to buy salads and water. After that, just came back to the B&B place then enjoyed chilling in my big double bed ...
... which makes it worth the visit.
Bologna. Red City. City of Arches. City of Towers. Mysterious. Sadly, becoming, Graffitiville. Locals suspect it has to do with foreigners making up nine out of every ten locals in Bologna. The locals are not happy with it. I won't be happy myself -- I don't understand the nasty graffiti all over this beautiful town. It's not even street art. Banksy should visit!
... blackberry slice. We also had some of their wines, a white (Sauvignon) and two reds (Lambrusco).
Next, we visited a Parma Ham maker, it was a family owned business and they live in front with the processing area at the back of the house. It is a very hard and dedicated profession passed down through the generations, they need to be available everyday to process the meat. The legs of pork are delivered from the local farmers every Monday. It is placed in one fridge for ...