Travel Blogs from Bologna
Spent some time after breakfast wandering around Parma town with the shops now open. Called into a delicatessen and bought some olives, tomatoes, bread and Parmigano cheese chunks for a 'picnic' lunch later, as well as some red Lambrusco, some local Balsamic Vinegar, pasta and some olive oil, to take home. Checked out and made our way to Bologna, a …
2 days in Bologna:
Nice relaxing place, had dinner both nights at 'snoopy 2' didn't know what we were eating but tasted good. EUR6.00 for a ltr of local wine.
Ate spagetti bolognese for the 1st course..
The town was very quiet as the Italians are on holiday until end August, most of the shops were closed but we got to see the place …
... up to the very familiar sounds of telemarking ads on the TV,
how strangely comforting to hear the exact same ads with the same actors just
different voiceovers, makes me think that there are many Italy homes with piles
of useless devices hidden under beds and in cupboards that were once the "must
have" device that singlehandedly would solve all the world problems, and they
must be the ...
... we have been to Venice. Once we got back to campsite we were happy to be alive and sure were ready for some more drinks and our masquerade party!! The lace demonstration we had was great, the lady provided us with lots of laughs about the value of lace to finding the right husband! The endless items of Milano glass were beautiful. Venice, although your sinking I thoroughly enjoyed my ...
Hi family- We are having a blast! Allesandro's family is just like "my big fat Greek wedding" they are so loving and consider us family. We have been on the go since we got here! I have so many funny stories already, but my Internet is not great, so I want to post pictures while I have a ...
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