Hotel Residence Selice Romagna

Via Maestri Del Lavoro 3, Massa Lombarda, Emilia-Romagna, 48024, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Via Maestri Del Lavoro 3, Massa Lombarda.
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Travel Blogs from Massa Lombarda

Very impressed with Joelene :-)

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 09, 2014

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Today was a bit of a test run for doing our walks and hikes through the cities of europe we will visit in the next couple of weeks. Today we were going to find out way through the old city, through the central squares and then up through the covered arches all the way to the Basilica San Lucca. We probably did close to 9 ks today. Of course we had stops along the way at the odd cafe and pizza restaurant ...

Starting the adventure

A travel blog entry by tiggertravels on Sep 08, 2014

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... things cost me 7 Euros! That's almost $11.00. Should have brought some with me and the stuff we can get in Canada is much stronger. Note to self...bring lozenges next time I travel to Europe, if there is a next time. One things for sure...next time, all bags on wheels. I am not a backpacker kind of trekker. I'd much rather drag the wheeled luggage behind me. Just buy semi-cheap luggage so that if it does get trashed on the uneven sidewalks it's ...

Venice to Bologna

A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 08, 2014

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... every column is built of stone, mortar to exact specifications, it is completely covered and there are exactly 666 arches from the city gates to the basilica front doors. Head preacher: 'sorry, did you say 666, mate, you don't reckon you could have squeezed another one in or at least dropped one out! 666 - we are going to have to leave that bit put of the awards submission. Do you reckon you could count the number of stones you used!' Anyway that is for ...

"I don't think you should drive down here."

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 29, 2014

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... one) doffs a cap to the city university founded in 1088. La Rossa (the red one) alludes to the ubiquity of the terracotta medieval buildings adorned with miles of porticoes, as well as the city's longstanding penchant for left-wing politics.

All three names still ring true. Bologna is the kind of city where you can be discussing Chomsky with a leftie newspaper-seller one minute, and be eating like an erstwhile Italian king in a fine restaurant the next.
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San Benedetto and Ascoli Piceno

A travel blog entry by kurian on Jun 03, 2014

... rain that brought the temperature down to near single digits and walked to the historic town centre after parking just outside of it. Characteristic of ancient Roman towns, the duomo (cathedral) dominates a cobblestoned piazza (town square) at one of its ends. A Brown marble building in typical pre renaissance architecture – now the town hall (formerly the bishop’s residence) that houses a museum - flanks an adjacent side. More modern buildings that house ...