Ramada Encore Bologna Fiera
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From Steve: Well, we were the only ones in sight on the San Marino general admittance hill barracking for the Ducati rider Casey Stoner. One lady even took a picture of those crazy Australians standing on what was a yellow hill. Couldn't quite believe that the entire crowd which were mainly Italian were all barracking for the Yamaha riding Rossi. …
Since Sunday's in Padova are really boring, we developed the habit of driving around northern Italy. We saw a lot of nice cities already. Last week we went to see Bologna, the oldest university. well we weren't able to look at it, because it is closed on sundays. But the red city was also nice to look at. It is called the red city because the stones are actually red marmor, and also because ...
I set my alarm for 6:45 but didn't get out of bed until 7:04 :p Sara and I went to Betti to grab breakfast and lunch, having eaten some food at Guini so we could save it all for later (4 sandwiches two waters and apples per person). We went to Prato Ps but had to run to Centrale because the train we were going to take was 20 min late >.< ! We finally got there with 10 minutes to spare, and we saw betty - when we got on the train our seats were taken so we just sat in the ...
... Italy's version of happy hour. The only difference is that when you purchase your 8€ cocktail, it includes access to a full on buffet of tasty bites! From here we went and looked at a library that was unlike anything we had seen before. The floor of the library was plexiglass which allow access to the view below that revealed an entire collection of ancient ruins that once stood in place of this library hundreds and hundreds of years ago. Just one of ...
... her home, stopping on the way we admired the great castle that dominates the city, it is a huge fortress with a moat and architecture that is reminiscent of Eastern Europe, not a building I would naturally associate with the romance of Italy. I was immediately intrigued by this city and struck by the much larger and grander buildings than those found in the quaint villages that we had left behind. This seemed to be the more realistic side of Italy.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed