Travel Blogs from Bologna
In Bologna it was Sunday. Not certain of the area we started out easy - Mom took a nap and Steve and I found the center.
At the weekend, we later found out, they do not allow cars or buses of any kind in the city centre due to the pollution. The moment we left the hotel we found ourselves in a tiny bohemian wonderland. One man was playing …
Hot!! 39 C! I'm In Italy! Bologna...for work, but I have a day or so of free time to explore and practice my Italian. Gary and I arrived about 5pm. The flight was a few hours late, and when we arrived, the Bologna airport was packed. Even the men's room had a line. We waited for my luggage and then went out to get a taxi, but the taxi line had a …
... leaning towers. I shouldn't trust an Italian for foundation works after seeing these and re Pisa! Had dinner of apparent local favourite, Tortoloni, filled pasta (the shape of which was apparently inspired by the 'Navel of Venus' - happily there was no fluff in it!) along with a bottle of Sangiovese. Bought a bottle of Sangiovese to bring home, and taxied back to the hotel. Today 60. Total miles ...
... because those same devices are under beds and in
cupboards throughout Australia as well…
A relaxing and enjoyable breakfast was had
in the hotel restaurant, breads and pastries like that you do not see in buffet
breakfasts at home, a couple of coffees to kickstart the day went down nicely.
Now I am waiting to be collected before
heading to Catollica…
... was left over from dinner. Then headed into the pub at the campsite to have a bit of a groove. Nicole, Kelly and I shared a bucked cocktail, they free pour here so this is a sign of where the night was heading. Gemma and Ella partied with the three of us and Gemma insisted on vodka shots, none of us remembered this until we flicked trough the photos of the nights events. Had a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed