Hotel Cosmopolitan Bologna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on a Monday. Nor did we quite appreciate that the Italians like to siesta in the afternoon so much is closed after lunch. However there is much to visually appreciate and the odd church to pop into (Jules lit the odd candle). Very lovely frescos in most of the churches. I thought that Canterbury was quite content with one big church. We must have seen 4 that were as big in the city and ...
Arrived safely after an uneventful journey. Gatwick as busy as ever. Easy Jet is fine has aeroplane with wings and engines that gets you where you want. What else is needed?? Bologna has a very old centre and a sprawling superb. It is a bit of a centre of travel with a hub railway station and airport. Over the years the old city walls have been knocked down but some remain to define the old city from the newer bits. Sadly raining quite hard which rather limits sightseeing. ...
... strange to have temperatures of 17 degrees and piles if snow. Bologna is famous e for being the birthplace of Marconi, inventor if the radio, he had a very mixed heritage, one set if grandparents being Scottish aristocrats. Les thought that the Internet reception should be good here with it's radio communication heritage, wrong again, hardly any signal. Talking of communication, those of you that have been ...
This morning Nathan's battle with the infamous Roman traffic started up again. We got away from the apartment at about 10am and missed most of the peak hour traffic so the trip out of the city was relatively smooth. It is great to see how patient the drivers in the cities of Europe seem to be. Double parking, parking on the footpath or on pedestrian crossings are accepted with no ...
... much shorter creation progress. Real balsamic vinegar actually takes up to 25 years to get the true taste. While we were there we had a tasting of four different aged balsamic vinegars (7, 10, 30, and 40 years). We even had a special tasting of the owners great grandfathers stash of balsamic vinegar that was over 100 years old! It was ...