Hotel Hub Bologna
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... bought another little white top – just casual. When we tried to catch a bus home, once again we were approached and assisted by locals. So far, Italians really have been very nice to us. Earlier a women assisted us with the bus in, although we did witness an altercation because a man and a woman did not pay their bus fare and got caught out by the bus ticket inspector. One said to me ...
... led the way because when we enter the highway and go through the toll booth, Cory goes through the lane for people who have a prepaid pass( tele pass lane)... ohoh.. I head through the lane where you have to stop and take a ticket so that when you get off the highway, you give your ticket to the toll booth operator to pay... Cory pulls off to wait for me to go through toll... We get out and confer.... Cory says" I think I went through the wrong lane"... Yep.....Well not ...
... we've noticed while travelling in Italy, their signage leaves A LOT to be desired!! Remember you are going min. 100 km and then you are expected to read the road signs that are maybe 12-15 inches wide at the side on the highway or in the meridian down the middle of the highway.. Plus add to that when you get to a traffic circle, there are anywhere from 4-8 different town names listed each with an arrow showing which exit off the traffic ...
... not much interesting. I've seen so many Catholic Churches in the UK and other European countries. So I'm not interested in how amazingly big the church is or details are. Because its almost same for me. But better than nothing as always. So started to go and see them in Bologna. After walking the city for 2-3 hrs, i feel like ive seen almost all on the map already and just so tired physically. Wanna eat nice ...
... the parts and the cars are made
Saw a collection of private old F1's that sit in the worlds most expensive garage. They cost around $1.5m each and there were 30+ of them there. The owners store them there and for a fee Ferrari maintain them for when the owners feel like taking their car for a drive on the factory owned race track.