La Locanda Dei Cinque Cerri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews La Locanda Dei Cinque Cerri Bologna
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... of great bankers from 13thC and sheep farmers. Medici dynasty the rulers of Tuscany showed great support for artists. Chianti full bodied red wine is grown in Tuscan region. One of famous wines produced in Tuscany. Many olive trees as well. Walking in Rome. Trevi fountain. Basilica Santa Maria. Used for Roman ...
... it was a six or seven km walk, and I had seen pretty much everything that Bologna had to offer.
It is not a pretty place. The old town is quite dark and medieval and looking in need of a bit of renovation. I think they do one every couple of hundred years, so it is due. It's main claim to fame, apart from the sausage, is that the first University was established here in 1080 AD. There is a museum in the square where you can go in and look at the lecture room where ...
... we ate lunch. From
the summit of the mountain we had stunning views across the countryside
including the interesting shaped mountain of la Pietra di Bismantova which we
will be climbing tomorrow. In the valleys nestle small villages that make
parmigiana reggiano cheese. Luckily the weather stayed fine for us. We aren’t
too impressed with the campsite so we are moving on tomorrow towards the lakes.
... dodging big lorries and mad drivers.
Today we walked north along the ridge, again through beech forest. Some parts of the path have been excavated to show an old Roman road beneath. I have to say that the Romans clearly had time to hone their skills before they reached the UK. The Roman roads in Britain are far superior.
The weather has remained hot and humid. We have had a backing track of ...
... with wifi. I climbed up to San Luca on my next day off. The route is under 4km of porticos. The view is wonderful. and an experience. Serious joggers sprinted past me up the hill but it was good experience for September. On my last day off I took the bus to Montese, which was liberated by the Brazilians. Vergato was virtually destroyed in WW2 so there are 6 storey buildings and 70's architecture. The first time I ventured out for a walk I was nervous of being run over. ...