Mercure Bologna Centro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... mosaic tiles and lots of little bars and restaurants. All old but mostly well maintained. Main piazza and duomo had medieval look and were huge. Church was designed to be biggest in Europe till Papa stepped in. Taxi to Ducati 20€ for museum tour which had to be booked and was a bit disappointing cause factory closed this week. Lots nice bikes including first model Cicolino (small puppy) 100cc. Lots ...
... this morning it was obvious it was a toilet leak as there was water seeping around the tiles and a pool of water had started at the base of the toilet. Before the cooking class I ducked into the Salaborsa to check out the roman ruins. There was an interesting timeline on the wall leading to the ruins section - unfortunately there wasn't an English translation. As the lady opened the door to the ruins for us the handle came off on her hands - oh dear - there was a sign ...
... his hand and smiling - he had to remove the handle to be able to get in. Just after I enter my room and close my door, the lady in the 212B comes out and asks what is going on - I can't believe it - she has been in her room the whole time while they have been knocking, calling her room, drilling, banging etc and when it is all finished she appears. The guy gently but firmly explains that it is a shared door and she must not lock it! She is confused so he explains again..... And ...
... centre, and originally it had seven churches, but now only four remain. The first one of the four is an 11th century church which houses the bones of San Petronio, and the second one has a plaque which shows (supposedly) where Pontius Pilot is supposed to have washed his hands after condemning Christ to death. The last of the four churches is the city's oldest, and it includes some beautiful masonry and carvings from roman times. We also visited the cathedral - ...
... itself that we wanted to see. Armed with map we trundle off.
There are lots of towers in Bologna. Well there use to be over 100 back in the day. Now the books say there are about 18 left.
We walked past two that were perched together, pretty important ones, and taking photos thought what's going on here? Then we realized they lean towards each other too, like Pisa.
"The Two Towers " They were built 1109 and 1119. The tallest of the two towers ...