Hotel Michelino Bologna Fiera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Morning started with the MOST delicious breakfast ever. Biggest choice of breakfast goodies ever. We could even had a glass of Prosecco. What more could we ask?? Delightful hotel and really good value. Then off we went to climb up the 90 metre leaning tower. We have included photos to prove that we got to the very top. Interesting construction. The walls must be about 7-8 foot thick at the ...
Arrived safely after an uneventful journey. Gatwick as busy as ever. Easy Jet is fine has aeroplane with wings and engines that gets you where you want. What else is needed?? Bologna has a very old centre and a sprawling superb. It is a bit of a centre of travel with a hub railway station and airport. Over the years the old city walls have been knocked down but some remain to define the old city from the newer bits. Sadly raining quite hard which rather limits sightseeing. ...
We packed up ready to leave Florence. We had dome shopping to do before heading towards Venice. There is a large supermarket on the other side of the city that we headed for on the ring road. We did the grocery shopping and then had a walk around the pet supermarket to look for a new water bowl for Logan. We then went to a large outdoor shop to check out the sake items. On the motorway towards Venice we climbed until ...
... piles of snow and ice, something he has not experienced before. Traci took the opportunity to enjoy the peace and quiet and try and catch up on her novel.
For dinner we found a German restaurant serving traditional German food and beer just up the road from the Hotel and we all had a really nice time. Tomorrow we hope to get away mid morning and spend the afternoon in Lake ...
... and there is one on every block almost!) which is kind of like an Australia Post outlet that sells tobacco and stamps and mgazines. We waited in one of the two lines and the lady who served us didn't " parlare Inglese" so she handed us over to the other lady who also couldn't speak any and we are trying to speak Italian and an Indian man very confidently in English says " I will help You" so he tells us to scratch the ...