Holiday Inn Express Bologna-Fiera
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... but it's also nice to be back in Rome until next Tuesday, when I fly out to Dublin! Tomorrow and the rest of this week all we have going on is a "Charrette" with some Italian students. I'll keep you posted on what we are doing, cause I have no idea what we will be doing as of now. Have a good week, and enjoy the foot of snow that's about to hit you all back home, it's supposed to be 60's and sunny for most of this week here in Rome!
... a plan to head down south, where we hadn't really been yet. We packed backpacks and took a train north to Bologna first, because its train station is really central and huge and therefore sends pretty cheap trains everywhere else. (Because of that, it was weirdly cheaper to go north to Bologna and then south, but it meant we got to see an extra city so we weren't complaining.)
Traveling with Marit was great. She's pretty much ...
Wow, the mountains just keep getting more and more beautiful. I think this is the area that my friend Antonio will be working in during the ski season. Lucky him!
Got to Milan with 20 minutes to spare before my next train. Had to run to catch the metro to get to another train station. Grabbed the train and exhaled. Almost there. Got a quick sandwich in the restaurant car and watched a very important man alternate using both his ...
... in our next country, San Marino. If only my geography teacher could see me now, until two days ago I didn't even know this country existed! A recent snow fall made the place look so beautiful. We walked through old town, doing some window shopping before needing to thore out in a cozy bar.Looking like it may snow again tonight we decided to head back down the hill, parking up in a designated motor home spot.
... a picnic dinner at the statue of David
For dinner we got a picnic of pesto pasta, salad and wine and headed into the city to have dinner. We stopped off at the bridge and had some photos and enjoyed the lights sparkling on the water. We then headed to Davids square and had our picnic.This was really nice, the square was very quiet and peaceful. We had a look at the Statues in the old roman building next door and then headed back to the hostel.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed