Art Corona d'Oro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... extreme heat was taking its toll so we caught our bus and rode it back to the Vatican. Along the way we saw several more sights that we can look at tomorrow. We just missed our shuttle back to the campground so we walked a short distance back to an ice cream place and relaxed in the shade with ice creams. I opted for a diet coke. Now back at the campground it's time to do laundry. I'm doing that while the kids are enjoying the ...
... 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 ...
... say I had a tear in my eye. Hey perhaps I am a secret petrol head after all! Our plan after the Ferraris was to head to a small Acieto to have a tour of their balsamic vinegar production. Sadly when we turned up there had been some confussion over the time of the tour and we were unable to go in. I had really been looking forward to seeing how it was done by this family and had been communicating with her for a few weeks ...
After checking out the top 10 sites to see in Bologna we set off in search of the "Basilica San Luca" at around 10.30 am. After changing buses twice we arrived at the summit. We passed many enormous houses along the way. On the bus were several Filipino, probably the hired help to Bolognas rich and famous sausage barons and spaghetti merchants.
The Sanctuary of the Madonna of San Luca is located atop a densely forested hill-top, 300 ...
... s historic buildings were destroyed due to bombing during World War II. Fewer than 20 towers now remain in Bologna. The shorter of the two towers began to lean during it construction, so construction was halted. The soil in Bologna is apparently quite soft. The second tower is also leaning. Attempts have been made recently to slow the settlement and inclination of both of the towers through underpinning. Surprisingly though, the taller of the ...