Travel Blogs from Imola
Spent some time after breakfast wandering around Parma town with the shops now open. Called into a delicatessen and bought some olives, tomatoes, bread and Parmigano cheese chunks for a 'picnic' lunch later, as well as some red Lambrusco, some local Balsamic Vinegar, pasta and some olive oil, to take home. Checked out and made our way to Bologna, a short trip of 60 miles taking just over an hour ...
... on this attraction in our travel guide, but billboards advertising it lined the highway all the way from Rimini to Ravenna - 40 km). We did notice quite a bit more advertising for sex shops, including one that advertised "self service". We did not want to guess what that involved. We also spotted two young ladies with quite the make-up standing along the highway in the middle of nowhere, talking on their cell phones. Dressed in mini skirts, Glenda suggested, "they were ...
Well after close to 40 hours travelling, a
couple of reasonable waits in airports included I finally rolled into Bologna.
First stop, Hotel Bologna Airport, from the
outside it is a pretty ordinary looking hotel located pretty much in the middle
of nowhere, but to my surprise on the inside it is actually pretty nice, style
Arrived in Venice about 5pm after stopping at Verona to see the Romeo and Juliet balcony and rub Juliet's right breast- we were now feeling luck was on our side! We are staying at a topdeck campsite, rooms of two I stayed with kassie (Nicole's friend from Sydney). We all had a 'washing party' after dinner, sitting in a big circle drinking out 1.5L wine we purchased for 4.39€ and ...
Hi family- We are having a blast! Allesandro's family is just like "my big fat Greek wedding" they are so loving and consider us family. We have been on the go since we got here! I have so many funny stories already, but my Internet is not great, so I want to post pictures while I have a ...
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