Hotel Hub Bologna
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
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After a good sleep in our air conditioned bungalow we had homemade breakfast and caught a 9 am shuttle from the campground directly to the Vatican. We soon learned from a man selling coverings on the street near the entrance to the Vatican that we would not be allowed in without first covering our knees and shoulders. He tried to make a sale, dropping his price from 5 euros per covering to 5 euros for the three would need. Emma did ...
Bit of an early start again today to catch an 8:30 train to Milan en route to Rome. Had breakfast on the train using groceries we picked up yesterday. In Milan we needed to get from one station to another in order to catch our connecting train to Rome. Easiest option was the Metro. I had planned to walk the 1.5 km but it was quite hot And we arrived 20 mins late so time was a bit tight. The ride to Rome was fantastic. It's the first time ...
... out of his buggy and we tore around the stalls loading up the buggy with gourmet delights. We stocked up all manor of cheeses including Charles' favourite Buratta, various hams, fresh sauces, home made tortolonni, breads and Biscotti. The highlight of it all though was the opportunity to taste some amazing vintage vinegars and we treated ourselves to a bottle of thick, syrupy, 25 year old Balsamic. I'm not sure if we can ...
... calories it was home to have a hot shower and get cleaned up.
Following happy hour we headed out to "Trattoria Serghei" where we had some of the most delicious pasta dishes so far on the trip. The resturant only served traditional Bolognese food. The owner was taken aback when I enquired whether he had Mozzarella cheese with the tomato on the menu. Not here sunshine. After that it was home to bed for an early start the next day. Next stop would be ...
... Esso. In Italy they still have service attendants, which is a nice touch. After that it was off to Avis to return the car. We had no accidents or bumps fortunately during our 2 days on the Italian roads, so the car was handed over without any fuss. The Italians generally drive too fast, so I was relieved to not have to be driving a car for the remaining days of our trip.
From Avis it was almost a 30-minute walk to the Siena Staizone ...