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Travel Blogs from Modena
... they both had a great time and really enjoyed the whole day, in fact they're talking about doing the Lamborghini factory tour next year.
And finally, as they used to say on the best news programmes, that One Foot in The Grave moment.
If it's a hot day, Ali usually goes down to the car after breakfast and opens up the windows. He always takes the apartment keys, just in case the door to the apartment blows shut or the door to the block ...
... pleasant. No sign of earthquake damage. Lots of old buildings. Pleasant shops, laid back traffic and people on cycles. Loads of coffee bars and places to eat and lots of pedestrian only areas. Even found somewhere to park. Sat and had coffee outside municipal offices in main square and got caught up in wedding. Family of five foot midgets in posh becks high heel shoes. Limo parked on cobbled square. Interesting watching pigeon ...
... concerned as more and more trucks and cars converge.. Bertha plods along. Rocket Ron behind. Sooner or later truck decides to pull out into this mess without signalling in front of Bertha. Needless to say after three hours of this kind of driving, when I arrived in modena decided to stay for two nights until trucks are banned from roads for weekend..... Too much testosterone on Italian ...
... crowd was already forming to watch a classic Italian silent movie. A huge screen had been set up in front of the Basicilia de San Petronia, the world's fifth-largest church, measuring 132m by 66m by 47m. Instead of a sound track playing for the movie a pianist would play a grand piano on a stage in front of the screen.
The construction of the church started in 1392 but still hasn't been finished as seen by the incomplete front facade. Originally it ...
... France for short. It keeps stalling, shutting itself off and generally playing up. It is underpowered and doesn't seem to have any torque, unusual for a diesel. My dreaded lurgy is back and I feel like you know what, but I wanted to see the Tuscan countryside so eventually we got going to Greve, which was a huge disappointment. We are in rural Tuscany, but Greve is supposed to be a tourist destination, but being a Sunday ...
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting