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... Only the best for these guys! Lastly, we went to a small, local restaurant in the hills around Modena and feasted on about 8 dishes of pastas, meats (steak and rabbit), desserts, wines, digestivs, etc. We could hardly move afterwards. One of the highlights was going back in the kitchen to watch the women make tortellinis. We were done by 4:00 or so but we couldn't move for the rest of the night and certainly ...
... back to our room
Feeling like we need to take a big, long hike
ZENZERO SOUP DESTINY
My carrot soup tastes funny
Kinda brown and lumpy
And the stunningly beautiful woman at the next table
Says, "I can help, I speak English
And she did, perfectly and almost accent-less
They ran out of carrot
This is lentil, ok?
We go with the soup
And make the lovely lady's acquaintance
A doctor, lived in ...
... br> But delicious
Another full day in more ways than one
How do these Europeans stay so fit?
THRU AMERICAN EYES
What's different here in Italia?
Just what is it, anyway?
The people are almost all thin
Pubic transport ubiquitous
Food real and fresh
Wish I could change
Just a few things
As we walk to the restaurant on our first night in Italy, we notice that almost everyone is dressed in BLACK. Alex ...
Another fine breakfast. Scrambled egg juice to ea good bread and salad Tram to Centrale stn (1.50) then Frecciarossa high speed train to Bologna. 40€ plus 3.50booking fee. Great train - smooth and stable at 280kph. 1 hr trip. Very flat farmland with old brick 2 story farmhouses. Mainly veg and grapes and couple chook/pig sheds. Lost way around station looking for hotel which transpired was only 400m along same ...
... 15 feet deep.
This is the Borgia coat of arms, set into the facade of the fortress after Cesare captured it in 1500. Incredibly it is left unprotected and unremarked except in the following small piece of provenance.
Part of the provenance reads that it was built beginning in 1380, and completed to its largest size in 1471 by Piro Ordelaffi, a relative of Caterina's. "Ten years later, Gerolamo Riario had the fortress completed with the moat and ...