Hotel Santo Stefano
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- Pets allowed
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... all the towels, etc.. she was thoroughly touched and I think she said we didn't need to do it!
The kids made their garbage walk .. taking all the bags to the bins down the street. On their way, they saw a hedgehog and porcupine on the road... I think that was the last resting place for both of the animals... pretty sure they were dead. We took our finally group pic and off we headed. Evan drove with Carly& Cory.
Cory checked out our route on his iPad ( GPS ...
Well I'm sure by my title you are all asking yourselves..... really what could happen in one day!
Well let us begin... So we were up early and were able to maintain our " less than 50 lbs" max luggage allowance! yeah!! OK so the carry on was a little heavier than usual but still within allowable limits.
Had our usual breakfast with Catherine.. Brioche ( choc. chip, yogurt and fruit with lemon tea).
Said our tearful goodbyes before we got to ...
So, again replacement rental - Check; next something to eat as it'll be a late drive.. there is a little grocery type store in the airport.. Dinner of Champions.. 2 bottles of Coke, some bananas, box of choc. chip cookies, 4 yogurts and pringle chips.. Yes that's what I'm, feeding my mom tonight!
We are eating in the car as we head out of airport.. Pros now, we zip out of airport parking lot no problem!
Back on highway A14... I now ...
... a place to eat. I had no idea what to eat first but i was sure i dont wanna eat pizza or pasta any more. Really wanted to have a proper Asian food more exactly Korean food. No chance though. After passing by few restaurants, i asked for one seat and if they still serve food due to the time was already passed 3 pm. The waiter didnt really understand English but he was good to understand which food i need. I ...
... the following day. It took around 500 steps! At the top is a rewarding and stunning 360-degree panoramic view of Bologna. One of the towers look like the leaning tower of Pisa -- and certainly leaning!
Via del'Inferno and the Jewish Ghetto. In the olden times, the Jews were pretty much constrained to live in this area. Luca and I just quickly passed by through the original entrance, the Voltone di ...