Holiday Inn Express Bologna-Fiera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a bit of a test run for doing our walks and hikes through the cities of europe we will visit in the next couple of weeks. Today we were going to find out way through the old city, through the central squares and then up through the covered arches all the way to the Basilica San Lucca. We probably did close to 9 ks today. Of course we had stops along the way at the odd cafe and pizza restaurant ...
... bag over our shoulder (joelene's laundry) and we went to do our first load of washing and drying. Wouldnt you know it - there is a god - straight across the road was a bar! We had to kill time somehow! So tomorrow we are going to make an early start and do the walk out of the city square to the church of San Lucca. There is a covered stone archway from the outskirts of town all the way up to the Basilica on top. I don't know if it is correct or not but ...
... of the bare brick walls remain unadorned. The church hosts also a sundial in the form of a meridian line inlaid in the paving of the left aisle in 1655; it was calculated and designed by the famous astronomer Giovanni Domenico Cassini, who was teaching astronomy at the University: at 66.8 meters it is the longest sundial in the world, allowing measurements that were for the time uniquely precise; Cassini ...
... from being accustomed to driving on what’s left of the road to driving on the right. In the afternoon he, Ann, Mark (a close friend of Ann’s and the wedding photographer) a few other friends and I drove to Ascoli Piceno so that Mark could do a recce of the church layout.
What a beautifully perfect little town Ascoli Piceno is. Situated in a valley with mist covered hills surrounding it, the old town predates the origin of Rome by 600 years. We arrived in ...
... We also walked around the city a bit there were many little shops with displays of wrapped pasta, cheeses and meats. The streets had large verandah walkways which blocked out the light and therefor it felt quite dark all day. This was the coldest day so far and i was defiantly wishing i had my thermals on.
When we arrived back in Florence we went to "our dinner deli" and got some pesto pasta, salad and wine and headed into the city center ...