Ramada Encore Bologna Fiera
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... in with the Italian drivers. It's 8 pm and I know it gets dark just before 9pm.. Great... dark just when we have to turn off the autostrade and onto the winding country roads.... make good time since driving like Italians... Take the turn off for Urbino ( larger town we have to drive through to get to Urbania... It's now pitch black outside, narrow twisting country roads, more " traffic circles" than you can imagine for such a rural area. ...
... a long time. Nice sleep. 2nd day: Thunder, lightening and heavy rain in the morning. Almost all museums and public touristic places close on Monday. I was thinking should i cancel to go to Siena and stay in Bologna one day more. However, the weather turned out nicely after my breakfast. Decided to go out and look around the city as much as i can for the day time. Seems like this city only have old churches and ...
... above the marble operating table, at the ceiling, is the god, Apollo. Around the room are wooden sculptures of the geniuses in the field of medicine.
Basilica di San Petronio This is the most important church in Bologna and is the 6th largest church in Europe. It was built in the 14-17th centuries. The interior is so elegant and stunning! The fascinating St Petronio's Meridian, is the longest meridian in ...
... get on the other train as it will leave first and be quicker, or words to that effect. After some debate, we decided to stay put, and sure enough the other train pulled out first, meaning the debate was now whether our train was actually going to move, and if so, in what direction. Eventually, (total time stationary about 25 minutes now), Ali got off the train and crossed the tracks to study the departures board and see what time the next train ...