- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bought another little white top – just casual. When we tried to catch a bus home, once again we were approached and assisted by locals. So far, Italians really have been very nice to us. Earlier a women assisted us with the bus in, although we did witness an altercation because a man and a woman did not pay their bus fare and got caught out by the bus ticket inspector. One said to me ...
... we've noticed while travelling in Italy, their signage leaves A LOT to be desired!! Remember you are going min. 100 km and then you are expected to read the road signs that are maybe 12-15 inches wide at the side on the highway or in the meridian down the middle of the highway.. Plus add to that when you get to a traffic circle, there are anywhere from 4-8 different town names listed each with an arrow showing which exit off the traffic ...
... with tomato meat sauce (Bolognese). I didnt know tortellini is a special local food from Bologna but my choice was the best. Even though the price was way too expensive for only tortellini, salad and coke - 26€. Just waked a bit of town after late meal and tried to find a supermarket to buy salads and water. After that, just came back to the B&B place then enjoyed chilling in my big double bed ...
... the following day. It took around 500 steps! At the top is a rewarding and stunning 360-degree panoramic view of Bologna. One of the towers look like the leaning tower of Pisa -- and certainly leaning!
Via del'Inferno and the Jewish Ghetto. In the olden times, the Jews were pretty much constrained to live in this area. Luca and I just quickly passed by through the original entrance, the Voltone di ...
... was shut, maybe on account of renovation work. Or else we didn't find the right door. Instead we discovered the Rotunda di Sant Lorenzo, Mantua's oldest church, dating from the late eleventh century. As the name suggests, it is a simple, circular structure. Amazingly, this old church had been repeatedly built upon and over, and had literally vanished. I didn't know you could lose a building over the ages! Happily, it has been rediscovered and restored. Inside, it is ...