Grand Hotel Donatello Imola
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Then it was on to a small operation that makes Balsamic Vinegar. It takes 12 - 25 years for the process to get the DOP label, but it was amazing. We sprung for a small bottle that we can carry with us for salads and for whenever we need to splurge.
Then it was on to a Prosciutto factory. The hind legs of pigs are salted and cured for up to 2 years and we saw the process where many ...
... say proudly
Good, Good, excellente, he smiles
BEGGING IN BOLOGNA
More begging in Bologna
Than we encountered in Prague
And many have dogs
Curled up by their sides
A few play music
Or sit with sad eyes
Cap or cup in hand
Some obviously handicapped and needy
Others making you wonder
One young woman
Went table to table
Saying she was hungry
We give as we have change in our ...
... city center
A mere 6 km away
Star Excelsior is contemporary and as promised
In city center directly across from the train station
From our window we can see the morning and evening rush
From our hotel, most of the "sites" are minutes away by foot
Modern art museum,
We have only 1 full day here
So we pick and choose
Dinner - da Nello al Montegrappa
Sauted mushrooms, house wine, veggie plate, ...
... signage at station and no directions on hotel web site. Hotel 4 Viale Masini modern and comfy for 64e. Room faced Main Street to west and was 28deg when I arrived. Reception said law made them turn off aircon on 15 Oct!! Fortunately could open window a bit. Lunch at tabac/bar next door- cheese salad with good bread. Walked up yo main square and cathedral and back thru labyrinth of lane ways with covered footpaths ...
... out of the keep, (main part of the castle) to meet her attackers, followed by Alessandro Sforza, he older brother; Scripione Riario, her stepson; and her few remaining loyal men. She fought in the front ranks, refusing to yield when her officers tried to call for a retreat. The Venetian mercenary Sanuto was already amazed by her spirit, but when he saw that she knew how to handle a sword and ‘wounded many men,’ he was astounded. For two hours she fought side ...