Albergo La Rocca
Travel Blogs from Brisighella
... where the restaurant was located and did some window shopping admiring the exquisite Italian clothing and shoes until they returned to Piazza Maggiore where they sat in the outdoor cinema and enjoyed some Italian film history, then a late night gelato of Amalfi Limone.
Bologna is a city of two intriguing halves. On one side is a hard-working, hi-tech city located in the super-rich Po valley where suave opera-goers waltz out of regal theatres ...
... into each corner, but he disliked it so much that he only ate a little bit. Amazingly, we've been in Italy for over a week and have not yet had a great pizza, or bread. Yesterday morning, after my usual routine, I sat down to do work - but the next door neighbours dogs were worse than usual. I don't know what breed they are, they don't make a yip sound so they're not tiny, but they don't woof either so they're not big. But what they don't have in size they make up for in persistence. ...
... in Jess' cake, which turned out really well. Wonderful food all around. We left the skylight open last night because it was quite hot and humid (I understand the complete opposite of Melbourne right now, Mum said she was expecting hail!), but at about 2am we heard the whir and click and the skylight closing - which seemed strange. Once the whirring stopped I could hear a few spots of rain, so the skylight is ...
This morning, over a cup of tea, Jess and I were just playing on the Internet when the WiFi stopped working. It's no big deal since both Jess and I have data on our SIM cards, but I asked "Did something just happen to the Wifi?" Well it turned out that Simone's husband was in the process of trying to figure out why 2 of the 3 remote controls for the skylights weren't working. Apparently to register the remotes to the system, ...
... the duration of their stay. Before beginning our travels, we had arranged to WWOOF at two different farms. While the first didn't go as planned, our second stay was a great success. Mauro, our humble, mild-mannered host and his wonderful family made our experience unforgettable.
We arrived on Wednesday evening and took our places for dinner at an over-sized kitchen table set for 16. On one side were the four other WWOOFers: two Americans, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed