Hotel Santo Stefano
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... wiped out by a coach who pulled in sharply after overtaking us, forgetting he had twenty feet of coach behind him! had to brake heavily and swerve onto hard shoulder!!! - idiot) Having not found anywhere en route to have our picnic lunch, we booked in to the Sav Hotel and picnicked there! Walked into Bologna town, about 30 minutes, so sat for beer and coffee to rest a while. Our initial impressions ...
Well after close to 40 hours travelling, a
couple of reasonable waits in airports included I finally rolled into Bologna.
First stop, Hotel Bologna Airport, from the
outside it is a pretty ordinary looking hotel located pretty much in the middle
of nowhere, but to my surprise on the inside it is actually pretty nice, style
Hi family- We are having a blast! Allesandro's family is just like "my big fat Greek wedding" they are so loving and consider us family. We have been on the go since we got here! I have so many funny stories already, but my Internet is not great, so I want to post pictures while I have a ...
We started the day (Jean's Birthday) with a walk to the museum of an plane crash flying from Bologna to Naples. The cause was never determined but the Italian military was indicted for hindering the investigation and providing false information. Typical Italian bureaucracy. After walking back, we just went for coffee and hung out in our apartment for the last day. ...
Another lazy morning. I made Jim bacon and eggs for breakfast. A real treat for him. We took the time to do a bit of planning for the next few days. Booked a small, stone cottage near Lake Como for a few days next week. Decided our next stop will be Parma, before Milan. Headed out to Museo per la Memoria di Ustica, it's a museum dedicated to the plane crash near here. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed