Best Western Palace Inn Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Public transportation in Italy is phenomenal. You really could live here without a car. We decided to take the FrecciaRossa (high speed) from Bologna to Bari. This train can travel along at 300 Km/hr. about 180 MPH. The trip took about 5 ˝ hours and was absolutely wonderful. The seats were very comfortable and there was ...
... feet. We sit. We order. We eat. We drink. We have some local wine and a snack. Don't worry. We have a full dinner later in the evening--tagliatelle al ragu, vino and chocolate salami for dessert! It's like a log of ganache or fudge with biscotti mixed in. When it's sliced it looks like salami--OMG!
Friday, our first full day in Bologna, we set our alarm for ...
Farrera - Sabato Aprile 19th 2014.
We have just returned from an arduous passeggiate in the hot sun beneath the city walls of Ferrara. Although cream crackered, I've been partially revived with an apple, of which I'm very fond. I'm now awaiting for Signora to shift her proverbial to prepare my evening meal. It comes as no surprise that I'm a little fatigued, Signora has just informed me that I'll be 10 this October, 70 in human years, 10 years ...
... to shops, wifi and cheerful bar manager who, in my case, also doubled as imminent boyfriend.
I don't remember what ensued. There could have been a tearful exchange, perhaps some hugging and walking together and undoubtedly some remorse and apologising. What I do remember is deciding that the best way to make it up to him was to go to a very wild and outrageous gay and lesbian foam party that night.
... I could actually have been working when he arrived and maybe he'd been forced to while away some time in a café before I could find him. Either way, the important part was him making it safe and sound, which he did! Except for one, little, tiny, sneaky, conniving, heart-breaking, wisdom tooth.
I very clearly recall this wisdom tooth being something of the bane of my existence during the first few days of his stay. He was utterly crippled with pain and ...