Hotel Dei Medaglioni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a cheese tray(parmesan, gorgonzola, etc). and salumi--mixed cold cuts: salami, the prosciutto. And the bread---oh, the bread! We couldn't call it a day without some gelatto to top ourselves off!
By 6:00 pm we're back on a train headed home to Bologna. Sunday we are headed to Milano to visit with our very first Italian ...
This morning we catch a train to Parma--of cheese and prosciutto fame. It's about an hour's ride from Bologna. Our first stop is to find a bar for our cappuccino and croissant--the best way to start the day. We visit the cathedral(every town has one) and see the Parma Baptistry next to the cathedral. ...
... pasta, balsamic vinegar and also made life-long friends.
With the surprise of coming back to Italy four years later, it seemed natural that I would want to come visit Anna and Mauri! Going back for the weekend, the two were just as lovely and welcoming as ever. I spent the weekend visiting their farmer's market stand, waltzing through the vineyard ...
... train there. Also because of my bike I can only take regional trains, which means they are slower and typically not direct. I arrived in Mantova a little after 2:00pm and it was a lot hotter then Rovereto. It didn't help that I had on all my warm, black cycling gear still from that morning. The walk to my hotel took about 20 minutes, which felt longer in the heat, and when I arrived there weren't any signs so it took me a little while ...
... customise the car to their wishes. A lot of the car is hand finished.
- All of the cars have a final 50 km test around the roads in the Maranello area.
- Most of the cars in the museum are privately owned. Enzo Ferrari never wanted to keep any, always believing that the next car would be better. Some were sold and others recycled or scrapped.
- Enzo Ferrari's office was at the entrance to ...