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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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Next stop in the Grand Italian Tour ..... We decided to go further east to Ravenna , and as Bologna was on the way, stop in there for Pranza. I did my research and found a cute as pie Trattoria ,run by Nonna Anna Maria. Sounded perfect, popped the address into our GPS in Ronaldo , and off we toottled , salivating at the thought of authentic Bolognese in Bologna.
After finding parking in the ...
... we liked. We went a Popcafe for a drink. We sat in the square enjoying our drinks. There are often art events that go on in this square. While we were there, a photographer was there taking photos. She was taking photos of the different people of the square. We took part in it as well and got our pictures taken. Apparently, this photographer was going around the world taking pictures of different people in different town squares. Once things died down at the square,we went to try ...
... of the streets that had pita bread filled with ham and cheese. I scored one of those and washed it down with fizzy water and an ice cream.
We then started on our discovery walk. We had targeted 6 places of interest. The Basilica di S. Vitale was one. We arrived, walked about 20 steps into the enclosed area only to be told that it was closing. Bugger! I took a few quick snaps before the gates were locked behind us. We ...
... and hot ride.
The day started really well with a sleep in til nearly breakfast o'clock at 7am. We were given a warm welcome by the staff and yes it was warm. The Euro style breakfast went down well with very nice coffee - had to have a second to confirm that it was very nice coffee and some sweet breads - well, cakes really.
We had a chat to a husband and wife from Geelong. They stay at the hotel every year as they visit ...
... much that we thought we would bring the kids to experience it also. Unfortunately it was oppressively hot (38 degrees) and so humid the skies were quite hazy - usually you can see for miles. We still enjoyed going up the third tower and viewing the other fortress towers along the ridge. We then hit the shops. There is no tax here as it is a republic within Italy. We found out later that it is well known for shopping with ...