Central Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Central Park Hotel Modena
Travel Blogs from Modena
... to be seen wrapped in the cloths so we decided we would do the Vatican tomorrow instead. I had purchased hop-on-hop-off bus passes online before we left Duncan so we made our way to the bus stop nearby. We got good top level seats and took the bus as far as the Coliseum. We first walked through an area of excavated ruins known as the Palatino. Amazing number of buildings and artifacts dating back almost 2000 years. Then we ...
... feel like we're riding 1st. Leather seats with electronic controls for reclining, WIFI, free snacks and drinks, 300 kmh! Arrived at our hostel at about 7pm. Great spot. Kind of like a supersized version of the KOA! We've got our own A/C bungalow complete with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a kitchen. There are literally 100's of these bungalows along with camping spots. There's a supermarket and large restaurant on site and a large swimming ...
... eat this much going on 10 p.m. Well, just to settle your stomach, let's have ice cream for dessert! Yikes, this was a meal and more.
In the morning, following breakfast we boarded the bus and dropped the team off in town for a morning practice. The rest of us were dropped at the city centre for shopping and sightseeing. Another beautiful city with several squares and farmer's markets. Reggio is known for attractive squares, grand buildings, and beautiful parks. ...
... huge set of pretty iron gates and expectations were rising as we drove up the long ( yes longer than ours) drive, through woodland, past a lake and olive grove to arrive at a huge villa set in gorgeous grounds. A wonderful evening was had luxuriating in the thought of lie ins, no schedule and long lunches. The weather forecast looks amazing for the week, the fridge is full and we have plenty of Limoncello. I am one very happy ...
... 612 I was thinking we had quite some way to go! About 1.5 hours later we arrived near the bottom of the summit at about arch 200. At that point the hill slope flattens out somewhat, but the portico continues at least another 1 km. At about arch no. 50 we stopped for beer and a panini. We had come this far, so we decided we may as well continue walking back into the centre of town. We passed by the Statue of Papa Gusieppe, the inventor of frozen pizza. We ...