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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... one that told us about the buffets that many restaurants have. For the price of one drink, you can eat all you want between about 5 -7 pm. We did that one night at his recommended place and the food was great.
Bologna is not on the big tourist map, but that's part of the charm. If you're a foodie at all, then you have to give this place a visit. You won't lose any weight here, but you'll be damn happy you came.
... back to our room
Feeling like we need to take a big, long hike
ZENZERO SOUP DESTINY
My carrot soup tastes funny
Kinda brown and lumpy
And the stunningly beautiful woman at the next table
Says, "I can help, I speak English
And she did, perfectly and almost accent-less
They ran out of carrot
This is lentil, ok?
We go with the soup
And make the lovely lady's acquaintance
A doctor, lived in ...
... a new innkeeper
Jan's younger brother Yuri and his wife
They share the duties
And breakfast is a little different
And we welcome that
And Yuri drives us to the airport
In his 3 year old large Chevrolet
Thru a driving rain
But we arrive safely
Brussels Airline, forced luggage check
But Alex just smiles
Travel is tedious but uneventful
And we arrive in Bologna's huge airport
And easily find the ...
... out we saw some Maseratis (made in Modena) leaving the factory. This area really is super car heaven, with Pagani and Lamborghini also made close by.
We made it to our hotel in North Milan in the late afternoon and stopped in for a very nice meal in the hotel restaurant. As this is a business hotel and it is the weekend, we managed to pick up a suite at a very reasonable price with the hotel being next to a station and closer to the lakes.
... centre of the town of Ferrara, east of Bologna. It is more off the main tourist track than other nearby towns and had a very quiet feel to it. They were setting up for a buskers festival which was on later that same day which would have been fun. Instead, we drove onto the tiny fishing village of Camacchio with its canals and bridges that reminded me a lot of a mini Venice. Almost as pretty and without all the people! Nearby the river makes its way into ...