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... of great bankers from 13thC and sheep farmers. Medici dynasty the rulers of Tuscany showed great support for artists. Chianti full bodied red wine is grown in Tuscan region. One of famous wines produced in Tuscany. Many olive trees as well. Walking in Rome. Trevi fountain. Basilica Santa Maria. Used for Roman ...
... it was a six or seven km walk, and I had seen pretty much everything that Bologna had to offer.
It is not a pretty place. The old town is quite dark and medieval and looking in need of a bit of renovation. I think they do one every couple of hundred years, so it is due. It's main claim to fame, apart from the sausage, is that the first University was established here in 1080 AD. There is a museum in the square where you can go in and look at the lecture room where ...
Thursday 11th June
The weather was sunny and warm as
we left the Passo della Futa campsite and headed towards Bologna. As we
descended from the mountains, the temperature climbed to the low 30's. We
stopped off in Maranello to visit the Ferrari museum. It was full of shiny red
cars! It had all the formula one cars and trophies as well as films and photos.
... at about 800 metres altitude and has beautiful views over the hills and mountains. The toilets are the most luxurious so far. Not only are they well decorated, have music playing, loo roll and are spotless but they have toilet seats that rise automatically once you have finished and are then sprayed with an antibacterial spray. Oh how small my world has become when the main excitement is the state of the toilets on the campsite.
... the Villa Necchi Campaglio. An Art Deco building by architect Portaluppi. Afterwards I wandered over to Expogate. I left Milan for Bologna the next day where I met Elizabeth and Phillip for a couple of days. Elizabeth introduced me to her oldest friend Lesley. We went to the Escher exhibition, surveyed the gelaterie and ate well. A lot of fun. I really do love Bologna, and it's kilometres of porticos, wide streets coloured in terracottas and ocres. It has a scale that ...