Hotel Le Corti

Via Traversagno 32, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ferrara

"I don't think you should drive down here."

A travel blog entry by twofoodies

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... one) doffs a cap to the city university founded in 1088. La Rossa (the red one) alludes to the ubiquity of the terracotta medieval buildings adorned with miles of porticoes, as well as the city's longstanding penchant for left-wing politics.

All three names still ring true. Bologna is the kind of city where you can be discussing Chomsky with a leftie newspaper-seller one minute, and be eating like an erstwhile Italian king in a fine restaurant the next.
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Last day of cooking school

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen

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... hard the other days and tried to make too much, and she was right, but what a great experience. Tomorrow on to siena by the slow train unfortunately didn't buy our tickets enough ahead of time. Gonna be a long day on 3 regional trains...oh well. Can't complain since we end up in one of the worlds most beautiful towns for the first day of summer. Loved bologna, but time to move on. XOXO ...

Cooking school day 2

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen

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... rib stew, potato soup, osso buco, another rolled rabbit dish. We only taste a little bit of each, as Stefano says : this is a cooking class not an eating class, but still it was three meals each day in this school. Bologna is beautiful this week, and lively with students and locals. More pasta tomorrow. Oh, we got the Olivetas house to rent next year in la jolla. We move in sept. Crazy! Love to all ...

Cooking school day one

A travel blog entry by lisastellwagen

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... hours in the afternoon and we went to the old old anatomy building right near our hotel, with the old marble table and wood carvings. It was bombed heavily in WW2, but has been put back together. Also visited a few local churches, including the half finished st Petronius that is the 5 th largest church in the world, but not very beautiful. Chartres is our new ...

Euganian Hills

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas

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... a base to visit places such as Padova, Venice and Verona, its easy to do this if you have a car....

We Stayed for 3 nights, visiting the towns of Monselice and Este, whilst in Este there were a convoy of Ferraris rolling through which is always nice to see and hear, we were on our bikes at the time so didn't get many photo's, we wondered if they were returning from LeMans...




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