Hotel Residence Selice Romagna
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So a very exciting day as we set off for Rome. Hard to believe that we are actually going to see this city this afternoon. ! Driving south through the edges of Tuscany s very influential part of Italy at times more important than Rome especially during Renaissance times. fabulous scenery especially cypress ...
... with a rude Italian. They must think that we are American. I checked the route to the hotel and got us there no worries.
We were greeted by a covert nice man at Casa Masoli. The Casa, an 18th Century private house that belonged to the Masoli family. It is now a 6 bedroom private hotel where each room is decorated with period furnishings and artworks. The room is very comfortable and the AC works real good. There is a ...
... it was a six or seven km walk, and I had seen pretty much everything that Bologna had to offer.
It is not a pretty place. The old town is quite dark and medieval and looking in need of a bit of renovation. I think they do one every couple of hundred years, so it is due. It's main claim to fame, apart from the sausage, is that the first University was established here in 1080 AD. There is a museum in the square where you can go in and look at the lecture room where ...
Today we had a tour of the city of Bologna that is known for its expanse of porticos and its food. even during times of starvation Bologna has had abundance. We also learned that the university here is the oldest and longest continuos university in the world. The city is known for the college students. ...
... task, and I did a lot of it. I'm extremely allergic to comfrey. Eyes and nose stream and I come out in a rash. I ended up with a tick as well. Lots of time to think, but in fact you just focus on the task, living in the moment, more zen. Getting to Vergato is by bus. The buses go at 5.56am, 1.05 and 7pm each day. On my day off I got up at 5am to catch the bus to the station, and then the train to Bologna. Fortunately bars open early in the morning in Bologna, and I ...