Art Corona d'Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... had a nice phone call with Luke and then the Duomo was open. A Gothic, dark, forboding church but we could access the alter area and there was a crypt and various alters at the back. Some nice sculptures. I believe I have been to church every day in Italy!! It was worth seeing as were the interesting Council rooms. We had a little shop and Craig bought a fantastic Bennetton jacket -70% off ...
... local lady who SPOKE SOME ENGLISH... and had the same stick shift as our car... she gets into the car to put it in reverse ( meanwhile 2 more cars come from the other direction going slowly... the lady gets the VW turned around and we follow her to our turn off...No words spoken .. mom and I know that "someone" was looking after us ( plus the 8 bottles of Holy Water " from the Vatican in our suitcase probably helped too! We honk several times ...
... chill in bed before i go back to the dorm bed from tomorrow. Had burger king chicken burger for the lunch/dinner - way better than McDonald in Italy. Came back to place. Chill out. Watching some tv then figured out the app that i am using at the moment for the trip. I always forget things or places name after some time even though i travel a lot. So i decided to write things and try to remember them by this. Good ...
... the parts and the cars are made
Saw a collection of private old F1's that sit in the worlds most expensive garage. They cost around $1.5m each and there were 30+ of them there. The owners store them there and for a fee Ferrari maintain them for when the owners feel like taking their car for a drive on the factory owned race track.
... Ruiz Safron. I know the novel is set in Barcelona, but Bologna has a similar Gothic mysterious feel to it.
City of Arches There are arches everywhere. Most of the walk paths are under arches! 666 arches pave the path to Castelo San Luca, towering on top of a hill overlooking Bologna. It is the first thing one sees as one approaches the city. I didn't have the chance to walk it, but did see it from one of ...