Casalunga Golf Resort

Via Ca' Belfiore 8, Castenaso, Emilia-Romagna, 40055, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Ca' Belfiore 8, Castenaso, is near Taste of Italy, Bluone Wine and Cooking Tours in Italy, Abbey of St. John (San Giovanni Evangelista), and City Tour.
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    Travel Blogs from Castenaso

    Parmigiano Reggiano and Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

    A travel blog entry by cmatoian on Oct 10, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... We were fortunate enough to have a tasting of unaged cheese, and cheese aged for 12, 24, 40 and 60 months. We both agreed 40 months was the best. After the parmigiano wheels are made, the remaining whey is then heated again and a small amount of vinegar is added. It is mixed and heated some more, until new curds form. These curds now become ricotta cheese. ("ricotta" means "re-cooked" in Italian). The remaining whey is then used to provide the rennet for the next day's ...

    Oh Mia Bologna

    A travel blog entry by travelducks on Oct 09, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... the afternoon. We found a little bakery that became our favorite for cappuchinnos and little ham sandwiches or croissants in the morning. We found restaurants that we could return to but there ar so many, no need to go twice. And we cooked at the apartment twice (or was it three times?) and it was yummy. Today we went to bologna's mortadello festival, sampled a few and ate some snacks made out of ...

    Prosciutto

    A travel blog entry by cmatoian on Oct 09, 2014

    14 photos

    ... two nights. Dinner was at the oldest salumeria in Italy, established in 1605. A "salumeria" is a place where they make salami, but this was so much more. We had the most amazing dinner of gnoccho fritto (fried bread) topped with prosciutto or mortadella, a soup course of tortellini en brodo (tortellini in broth), and then guanciale (veal cheeks!!) with mashed potatoes. Dolce was a zuppe inglese (Italian custard) and a blackberry tart. It was all ...

    Slowly making my way home

    A travel blog entry by tiggertravels on Oct 07, 2014

    ... I got a chance to watch some American TV shows (in Italian of course). Strangely, it felt like I was home. Maybe it was the length of time I have spent in Italy. Maybe it was that I was already getting back into my old rhythm of sitting in front of the tv with all my electronics surrounding me, eating dinner by myself (less Tigger). Either way, it felt...comfortable. As I 'm having breakfast the next morning, ...

    Bologna... wow

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Oct 04, 2014

    23 photos

    We quickly start to feel rather grateful to the weather for rearranging our plans to enable us to have an evening and a morning exploring the mediaeval quarter of Bologna. The astonishing density of beautiful and well-preserved buildings in the old city (some dating back to the eleventh century) is almost overwhelming in its impact... palazzos, churches, narrow little streets, sudden big squares with tree lined avenues, porticoes lining almost every ...