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... or 10 hour flight and I was loopy. But we made some good discoveries on Day 2. We toured the University of Bologna a bit, which is Europe's oldest university. Our library tour allowed for no photographs, which is fine. It left more room on my phone for food porn. That's what really matters here.
I also bought toothpaste on this magnificent day, which brings me to my chosen TravelPod title. ...
... type of balsamic that we are used to putting on our salads, and this stuff is designed to be used sparingly to impart a depth of flavor to dishes rather than be the main event. It is also supposed to be used by the drop rather than poured liberally, and the price tag of each bottle helps you realize why that is important as well.
Overall the tour with Angelo was an absolute highlight of our entire trip so far, he was incredibly knowledgeable and we felt ...
As I was heading South East towards Bergamo and Brescia I wanted to avoid Milano and Verona and head South towards Parma. That made me hungry. But with a midday siesta on a Sunday options were limited and I decided not to spend time looking for something and just wait until I passed a café or other place to eat.
I did have around 500 kilometers to drive to be able to make it to Pisa, and with a few possible wrong turns ahead I just pressed on. ...
... to find somewhere to eat without any success. Eventually found a pizzeria that was open at 7pm, so atmospheric, local, regional etc went by the wayside in favour of just eating something. Sampled more local wine (Sangiovese red) with meal, and toasted Dads birthday. Can report that no wine yet sampled is anything other than good, to very good! Hic. Must find some local produce tomorrow to bring home. Today 90 miles. Total miles ...
... web or from tourist office enquiries. But it’s right there under the station, and almost empty: a huge relief as parking is always a serious challenge in Italian cities and villages. Regular trains run from La Spezia to each of the Cinque Terra villages and are the only practical way to access the walk. And certainly today, as we also need the train to ‘skip’ inaccessible sections of the track. It’s very cheap: a €10 ticket buys a ...