Palazzo Loup

Address: Via Santa Margherita, 21, Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, 40050, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Santa Margherita, 21, Bologna.
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      The tourists in Bologna

      A travel blog entry by wilson.lim on Jan 03, 2015

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      ... with bags in their hands!

      Went to the Piazza Maggiore after breakfast. It is the historic centre of town with the obligatory church/cathedral (Basilica del Santo Petronio). We visited the City library first. It is a very cool library, very modern but with a beautiful old ceiling. Couldn't do much reading as it is all in Italian.

      It was the Church after that. The most interesting thing in the church other than the ...

      Into the hills

      A travel blog entry by allanski on Jul 27, 2014

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      ... 1990, so I was really looking forward to driving along the coast.

      It was a brilliant driving road, some of the best driving of the trip. The SS 12 was narrow without much traffic, and the low afternoon sun seemed to be perfect lighting. The road runs up and down small mountains, or large hills and offers a great view of the surrounding valleys. Small villages dotted the side of the road with beautiful Italian stone houses and I met a lot of ...

      Long Day, Long Night

      A travel blog entry by artichoke88 on Mar 23, 2014

      6 photos

      ... book that might find a mediocre audience stateside where if it was brought to, let's say Poland, would have been a nation wide sensation. I guess we'll never know. However it's like I said earlier, how on earth to you sift through the thousands of books published that year? You can't meet with everybody and read every book and speak every language. Selecting the right books is a tough call. On the flip side, I love seeing classic titles in other languages. It ...

      1669. A Chinese Province in Italy

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 15, 2013

      36 photos

      ... have no interest in our traditions--they're just here for a free slice of watermelon!" I think of a caption for my photos: "BREAKING NEWS: Italy, to pay off its national debt has sold one of its provinces to China. Prato (which will now has been rechristened PLATO). Here pictured is the ceremony welcoming its new residents with a slice of watermelon" I talk about this to an Italian friend and he didn't find it so amusing. "The Chinese are taking over ...

      1668. Something Odd About this Place...

      A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Aug 15, 2013

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      ... any real towns. Sure enough... I zoom in on Google maps on this spot and... there are only 3 buildings there--not a single house!

      I suppose it's more a symbolic things. This independence movement has long been looking for European allies. But you'd think folks would actually check to see if the town they are being twinned ...