Hotel La Stella D'Italia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel La Stella D'Italia Modena
Conveniently located near the train station and the Ferrari museum, though a bit of a walk to the old town and other attractions in Modena. A decent stop for a night, with small, simple, and clean rooms.
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Today, we went to a beautiful home I Modena where they produce Balsamuc Vinegar over many years. We tasted 7 vinegars that were aged from 15-25 years. They were so unique with subtle differences. They dont sell to shops, but freight to anywhere in the world.
We had a brilliant education session and got a whole new appreciation for it.
Ummm, needless to say I bought some.
Here's some history from the family ...
... on the way past.
Next we dropped into the Archaeological Museum of Bologna. It has one of the best Egyptian collections in Europe, apparently. We wandered through that looking at some amazing mummies or people and cats and ibis. Anita decided to say in the cool of the Egyptian section while explored the history of Bologna on the first floor. The exhibits went back to the Etruscan time before the Romans, then of course ...
... Fede's from Sydney, who she had also organised to pick up at the same point. Fede drove us to a restaurant near her place and we had lunch with Fede, Marco, George and Fede's parents. Fede's mother doesn't speak English so everything she said to us had to be translated. A lovely family. We began lunch with a type of pasta we hadn't seen and its name means something like strangled pasta. It was in a creamy tomato sauce with shell fish in it. Secondi was a ...
... 11:20 but no passengers got off and they wouldn't let anyone on. Our train arrived at 11:25 and we all got on and left by 11:35am. The passengers for the 10:55 to Venizia were still standing on the platform waiting to get on. Strange train system in Italy.
In the afternoon Anita had a rest in the hotel in Bologna while I went hunting for a dry cleaners as the hotel laundry didn't work over the weekend. I found three dry cleaners but two were ...
... constant stream of motor-cyclists, hell-bent on personal destruction, who tore past us every few minutes... I'm sure I saw Barnsey there somewhere, except that there was a surprising propensity for BMWs...
It was funny as a circus - poor Treas, was almost horizontal in the seat, almost lying in my lap one minute and then trying to lean out the window the next, as she tried to escape ...