Hotel La Meridiana

Address: Viale Delle Terme 19, Brisighella, Emilia-Romagna, 48013, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Viale Delle Terme 19, Brisighella, is near International Ceramic Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Brisighella

      Sleep Deprivation

      A travel blog entry by magicianactor on Mar 26, 2015

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... or 10 hour flight and I was loopy. But we made some good discoveries on Day 2. We toured the University of Bologna a bit, which is Europe's oldest university. Our library tour allowed for no photographs, which is fine. It left more room on my phone for food porn. That's what really matters here.

      I also bought toothpaste on this magnificent day, which brings me to my chosen TravelPod title. ...

      Day sightseeing in Bologna

      A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Feb 23, 2015

      ... gradually towards the top. Narrow stairs made passing difficult but not too many people were attempting the climb. If you had a cardiac event on the stairs that would be it. Helf and safety would have a field day!! Now I sitting in a shop (Nike) whilst madam peruses the latest fitness wear. More later!! Well. We wandered around Bologna. Sadly missing the major art works as the museum ...

      Bologna

      A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Feb 22, 2015

      9 photos

      ... however visit a rather strange museum dedicated to the Etruscans. Sadly not much in English. However clearly they were rather keen on the afterlife. We popped into the main church to find that there was a Scout event going on with about a billion scouts milling around in rather a grand church. Bologna did have quite a few towers built many years ago ( I suspect in the "mine is bigger than yours" sort of way). There are a few still around. Two are notable, one of which is ...

      I Heard It Through The Grapevine

      A travel blog entry by buonappetito on Sep 08, 2010

      2 comments, 89 photos

      ... bunches, which we then pressed and filtered as the first step of the fermentation process. We even bottled and labeled Mauro’s 2008 vintage when the rain kept us from the harvest. During our long days in the vineyard, Mauro happily filled us in on everything in between. We realize that there are many ways of making wine and we feel fortunate to have learned from a wine maker who is creating a niche for his biodynamic product in the wide ...

      If This Was Sainsbury's, They'd Have Sorted It Out

      A travel blog entry by lynnstewart on Jun 27, 2010

      1 photo

      ... but I think he really appreciated it, either that or he fancied me because when I got on the train I realised he'd put me in first class.
      I'm only supposed to go in second class with my rail pass. I got a free drink and snack. It was great. I was a bit confused when the woman with the cart started speaking to me but I just said 'si si', and I didn't have to pay.

      Incidentally, I've just realised that not one person looked at my tickets today. Maybe ...