Hotel Europa

Address: Corso della Giovecca 49, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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      Halfway done.

      A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Nov 07, 2014

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      As I said before I am terrible at this blog thing. We have been in Italy for two weeks now and have enjoyed it very much! Saying goodbye to Ireland and the people we met was bittersweet. Its hard to believe we are halfway done with our great adventure! I have enjoyed meeting so many different people, I think it has been the highlight for me. While in Ireland we met a wonderful Christian couple that took us around Donegal and took us to church, it was so good ...

      Milan to bologna warm sunny day 18deg

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 03, 2014

      ... Corser, Stoner, Hailwood. Tour group included Graham Moore who brought xxxxxxx into v8 racing and father and son from Perth who had an inflatable display tent business. Also a couple of Malay guys from Kuantan who own Ducatis. Dinner at xxxx Osteria in lane way near piazza. Recomended by Lonely Planet. Tagliatelle Ragu (spag Bol) and Greek salad with a beer and 250cl carafe for 20€. Nice food and nice family ...

      Cooking in Bologna

      A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Oct 16, 2014

      3 comments, 35 photos

      ... a quick macchiato. Joanna was right on time - it was probably obvious I was the student as apart from the very old lady having coffee (who looked like a regular) I was the only other solo person. We worked out the basic menu and then explored the markets to buy the relevant ingredients - it was fantastic to be able to ask questions about the fruit and vegetables, learn about balsamic vinegar, parmigiana reggiano, mortadella and all the other amazing foods we saw. I ...

      Exploring Bologna

      A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Oct 15, 2014

      30 photos

      ... through to the remains below. The tour of the ancient remains was closed - didn't open again until 3pm. There is no consistency with when places are open or closed - some closed for a late morning/lunch time siesta and then reopen and stay open until 8ish, while other places close at 4pm for the day. As a result I missed being able to enter a few places - but do have a few hours tomorrow so will pick the ones I really want to see and head there either before or after my ...

      Bologna

      A travel blog entry by nicoll on Oct 15, 2014

      41 photos

      ... and some quite ornate loggias. The tower was built by the Asinelli family in the early 1100s, but it's not clear why it was built (other than to skite about having the tallest tower in town!). Unlike the towers in Tuscany, this one was too narrow to live in. Finally, we visited the area around the main square, including the impressive Palazzo Communale - it's the home of the bologna city council since 1336. Outside there are three large panels with hundreds of ...