Travel Blogs from Bologna
... million pound museum space built behind it that only opened last month. The house and museum exhibit a selection of road going Ferraris, Maseratis and Alfa Romeos, a couple of Ferrari boats, some engines and various other things of significance or rarity value.
When the Ferrari business had outgrown the house and workshop, in 1943 EF moved his operation 20km South to the small town of Maranello and set up there, starting production of the road cars in ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
... Cyprus trees which are a lot bigger than I imagined. The trunks are about 40cm in diameter. We continued on to Radda in Chianti, which is a lovely town, again built on the hills with majestic panoramas. From here we we to to Montevarchi on roads that were very twisty and windy, the main industry seems to be timber milling as we saw quite a few logs piled up by the road. We ended back in Castellini in Chianti and had a lovely ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Perla Bologna
Not far from the center
Good information about what to see/eat in the city.
Recept open 24/7 (perfect for late person like me)
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.