Terme Bologna Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... per day, which she tried to give to the Louvre before leaving France just before the war. The Louvre thought it was too way out! Instead she hid it in a barn in the south of France, before shipping it all to New York, labelled as 'household goods'. She also fled to the US, along with a number of European artists, including Max Ernst, who she married. (Note- this is Information gleaned from a curator's talk, not my research,) In the late 40s and alone again, she decided to live in ...
... We ended buying a book that had the translation of what they we singing so we weren't too lost when it came to understanding it! We had been worried because they had said it was forecast to rain that night but we were lucky and it didn't! The next day we had decided to drive up to Bolzano, which was close to the Austrian boarder. Most of the people who live there actually speak German and the signs are in both Italian and German. It used to be an Austrian town before the War. ...
... another sidewalk trattoria and then grabbed another ice cream before heading back to the hotel to call it a night. Nikki and I did go out for a walk after dark so we could see the streets of Venice after the sun went down.Tomorrow is going to be a long day. We have a 10.5 hour flight to Atlanta, followed by a 2 hour layover and then a 4 hour flight to Salt Lake.
This has been a great trip and we are both happy and sad to see it ...
We didn't have any cooking facilities in the hotel obviously so there wasn't much choice. The nest day we went to the small pizza takeaway shop and a big slice of pizza cost 2.50 € for margarita and 3.50 € for the ones with toppings. The cheapest pizza we saw is 6€ for margarita! but make sure that they are not charging you all these extra cost. Some restaurants do not charge extra for cover and service charge so check before you enter. ...
... in the ball. The floor's inlaid marble mosaic pattern was also intriguing in that depending on where you looked you saw different patterns. Beneath the centre of the cupola was a special installation that was part of the Biennale. It was a large concave Swarovski crystal lens on a larger reflective stainless steel hemisphere which created an 'optical experience' where you could see the same area of the church in both sections. There was a woman standing there to ...