Locanda Del Feudo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... excavated area known as the Forum to view the historical monuments there. Next on our walking tour was the incredible Coliseum. What an amazing feat of engineering it was for its time. It was just a great feeling walking around the inside of what remains of the building and imagining what it might have been like in Roman times to attend an event such as gladiators battling each other to the death or battling against wild ...
Bit of an early start again today to catch an 8:30 train to Milan en route to Rome. Had breakfast on the train using groceries we picked up yesterday. In Milan we needed to get from one station to another in order to catch our connecting train to Rome. Easiest option was the Metro. I had planned to walk the 1.5 km but it was quite hot And we arrived 20 mins late so time was a bit tight. The ride to Rome was fantastic. It's the first time ...
... dinner or lunch. Per Andreas, an Italian meal typically includes a meat plate( prosciutto for sure), a pasta plate, main course (meat with vegetable), then salad with fruit, dessert. Unfortunately, we did not yet have this information so when the first course was served, we thought we were done, then came the next course, and the next, and the next - you get my drift.
We did not arrive until after 7:00 p.m.- no problem - in Italy it appears dinner is from 8:00 ...
... logistics so was disappointed it wasn't meant to be. We decided instead we would head into the centre of Modena and try and find a place to taste some vinegar. Initially we were a little bit disappointed with this sleepy old town. There wasn't a lot going on and strangely not one vinegar shop anywhere. That all changed thought when we stumbled across an incredible indoor market. We were all so excited. That was it. Sebbi ...
... the city. The Basilica was unfortunately closed when we arrived for lunch. There were however a number of Christians sitting around listening to what appeared to be Jesus playing a guitar singing the Italian version of Kumbaya.
While a road leads up to the top, it is also possible to reach the summit along a 3.8 km monumental roofed arcade - the Portico di San Luca. It consists of 666 arches (spooky right) and was constructed over a 119 year ...