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... walk up! The view from the top once again was breathtaking. I feel like I have been very lucky to get the opportunity to get to the highest point of most of the cities that I have visited and soak up the incredible views. I like doing this not just for the views, but it also really helps you understand the city. After we got down from the tower, we had free time to walk around the city. I rank Bologna #5 out of 6, but I'm sure this would change if we ...
Location: In the middle of nowhere but my god is it pretty. The main blurb of this blog is to explain to you about our stay at the farmhouse in CEREA. THE ARRIVAL -—-—-—-—- We pull up to this gate in evening cold hoping this is the correct place, the right accommodation. I leave the van to explore and find the press button for the Agriturismo hoping someone might answer.... I press.... No ...
... giggles that come out of no where. Also with the helpful use of our water filters were saving that plastic; apart from JAMES aka THE BACK's Brita filter which isn't quite working out him but soon we'll take off the stabilisers. He gets water all down him tut tut. But now the day of work has fin and we must endure the bittersweet road and travel onwards to Legnago, an hr Anna bit away, to our next agriturismo/hotel. I believe we ...
... But this tower had 498. And Marit and I managed to climb them with our full backpacks on, because we're champs. The view was entirely worth it. It had been kind of misty day, so the city was just spread out below us and fading off into the distance where the mountains started. One side of the tower was entirely covered in a sheet of Christmas lights, which weren't very visible until it got a little darker.
Once it did get ...
... hunger in the hope we would find food but eventually we gave up and started to head back to the railway station not wanting to wait until 7pm for the restaurants to reopen. Luckily we come across a little restaurant that was able to serve us some pesto lasagna, it was delicious.
Other things we found in Bologna, we found a leaning tower, a little less interesting than Pisa as it was just red brick but it definitely had a good ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility