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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... car with Bistro (Vino anyone?).
The train also had high speed Wi-Fi which allowed Bill to get some work done while traveling.
After passing through Rimini the train traveled down the coast of the Adriatic Sea until we reached ...
After noon we hop on another train to Modena, a short 20 minute train ride from Parma. We are in the hometown of tenor Luciano Pavarotti and automobile company founder Enzo Ferrari.
Yes, we see another beautiful, grand cathedral and more beautiful piazzas. We walked through an Artisanal Craft Fair in a small piazza. We stop ...
... 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 ...
... golden by the autumn sun, as well as enjoying plenty of Italian feasts prepared by Anna herself. I also had the chance to catch up with fellow grape harvester, Fidele who is still in town! The short visit allowed me to get my farm fix, fill up my stash of hand-crafted balsamico as well as realize that this certainly won't be my last trip back! Baci, baci Anna and Mauri! ...
... we have taken. Remarkably, the instructions on the GPS match almost exactly to the road signs, and before we know it, we're travelling at 120kph on the Austostada to Bolgna. There are a few hairy moments on this two lane road, as cars are coming from behind at speeds in excess of 150kph, and we encounter many trucks that are slowing the right lane. We also negotiate a confusing road interchange at Bolgna as we head to Modena. We'll have to ...