Casalunga Golf Resort
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Since Sunday's in Padova are really boring, we developed the habit of driving around northern Italy. We saw a lot of nice cities already. Last week we went to see Bologna, the oldest university. well we weren't able to look at it, because it is closed on sundays. But the red city was also nice to look at. It is called the red city because the stones are actually red marmor, and also because ...
... nobody ever came to check the tickets so we were fine out in the aisle. We got out and started heading for the hotel (the walk leading us through all the sites). We saw pizza nettune (Neptune square) and then saw Santa Maria Delle Sanita. That was really pretty:) We dropped our bags off at the hotel (we have a balcony too which we discovered) and went to eat lunch. We asked a nice construction guy where the pizza San domenico was so we could eat in their pretty court yard. I fed ...
... and playing along with a keyboard. At one point in the evening, he opened the mic up to the diners. I seized this opportunity with the encouragement of Sami, Justin and Ann. I sang one of the only American songs that the DJ knew...Dancing Queen by ABBA. After dinner we went to a questionable (communist?) bar and drank way too much grappa, it was at this time that Justin and Ann decided that they would take a train down to Rome and join us on our Italian ...
... and it was by no means tiresome passing through it for the majority of our day.
In Ferrara as we stood in the dark and cold waiting for, Lara our Italian Couchsurfing host the three of us were a little apprehensive, we had already established that she spoke very little English and were curious as to whether this was going to make for an awkward evening, we soon discovered that we had nothing to fear. Lara met us and walked us through the centre of the ...
... shop. Then off to tour our downtown Bologna market and its fascinating local meat, produce, pastry and grocery products. We then will proceed to our cooking school where you will prepare a complete five course Bolognese traditional lunch and dinner. You can come for our short few hours pasta course, or select a half day or full day cooking class. Come for a few days or try our culinary holiday, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking