UNAWAY Hotel Bologna San Lazzaro
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... with them... but a good one most of the time.
When we got to Bologna of course Zuzia could not park the car but Miguel just woke up from sleeping and did it. Yes we totally fulfill those stereotypes.
Sadly we missed the christmas-market, but we kept telling us it would not have been good anyway.
We also saw Gregory, the pope that invented our calender of today, very ...
... they are very pretty colored here). We then got some gelato but I tried Betty's and it wasn't good so I wasn't in the mood anymore. We wandered through a refurbished castle turned mall called Corte Isolani, and it luckily led right into Santo Stefani which was also spectacular - they have bits from the original floor and a pretty pulpit. Sara and I got giant chocolate frappes after that, at Cremeria Sette Chiesa which was delicious. Betty had a praline gelato which she said ...
... and playing along with a keyboard. At one point in the evening, he opened the mic up to the diners. I seized this opportunity with the encouragement of Sami, Justin and Ann. I sang one of the only American songs that the DJ knew...Dancing Queen by ABBA. After dinner we went to a questionable (communist?) bar and drank way too much grappa, it was at this time that Justin and Ann decided that they would take a train down to Rome and join us on our Italian ...
... pretty empty because of the holidays. I was surprised, what wonderful atmosphere to be surrounded, such a friendly and welcoming buzz, the city had immediately found a place in my heart.
Our evening was spent bar hopping from one typically Italian bar to another down the back streets of the city and our broken conversations continued late into the night. Everyone’s ability to speak and understand different languages seemed to improve a ...
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