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Travel Blogs from Granarolo dell'Emilia
... this is where it remains to this day.
So our two 'redheads' headed down there next, where another larger and grander museum celebrates the racing side of the business with a huge selection of notable Ferraris, including a room dedicated to the championship winning F1 cars and drivers. After this, they hopped on a tour bus and went round the corner to the factory itself for a tour of the site, and finally to the purpose built test track where both the ...
... weddings... Bought Cheese Strange meat things wrapped in bacon, Tongue in green sauce Gluten free tortellini Squid and prawn kebabs Aubergine and cheesy topping Walnut and cheese Brie wedge French beans Zucchini Peaches Cherries Melon Fizzy wine red lamruzco for <£3 Eaten so far Kebabs and zucchini and beans and some of cheese. Very good. Bottle of wine..... Had swim in pool this afternoon. At least I did tony still a ...
... concerned as more and more trucks and cars converge.. Bertha plods along. Rocket Ron behind. Sooner or later truck decides to pull out into this mess without signalling in front of Bertha. Needless to say after three hours of this kind of driving, when I arrived in modena decided to stay for two nights until trucks are banned from roads for weekend..... Too much testosterone on Italian ...
... tactic of asking the reception staff or concierge for restaurant recommendations and so far they have had a one hundred percent success rate. They had a late lunch at a restaurant called 'Eataly' located on the first floor of a building called the Ambasciatori, which has had an interesting history. It was originally a convent, then during the second world a repository. Although newly renovated it still possesses many of it's original features such as the ...
... closed and the town itself was very unimpressive. We passed through a beautiful hillside town, Panzano with the surrounding area full of vines and olive groves. We stopped by the side of the road to take it all in. As I mentioned we are in a very hilly section which is not what I wanted to see, but the accommodation is quite nice. Even allowing for the dogs across the valley that bark more than the Cobb's thing! I have seen quite ...
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