Unaway Hotel Bologna Fiera
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Babysitting service
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... car with Bistro (Vino anyone?).
The train also had high speed Wi-Fi which allowed Bill to get some work done while traveling.
After passing through Rimini the train traveled down the coast of the Adriatic Sea until we reached ...
... a cheese tray(parmesan, gorgonzola, etc). and salumi--mixed cold cuts: salami, the prosciutto. And the bread---oh, the bread! We couldn't call it a day without some gelatto to top ourselves off!
By 6:00 pm we're back on a train headed home to Bologna. Sunday we are headed to Milano to visit with our very first Italian ...
... a.m. We drag ourselves out of bed between 9:30 and 10:00. What jet lag? Fear sets in as I've yet to have a cappuccino in Italy. We're running out of time--cappuccino is ordered only in the morning. My first cappuccino in Bologna was ordered and delivered around 11:00 a.m.today. Lovely.
We take a "Hop On, Hop Off" tour this afternoon. We hop on and stay on ...
... Hotel Centrale. It's on the third floor of a big old building, and the rooms are high-ceilinged and old-fashioned but comfortable and clean. As soon as we were checked in we went for a walk to find lunch. The place we stopped was a bit nicer than we had planned (and therefore pretty pricey) but the food was good. I had Tagliatelle Bolognaise (well you have to) and Sean had Tortellini in a butter and tomato sauce. After filling up on pasta we went ...
... we found a Museo Civico Archeologico, so we made a quick stop to see their Egyptian exhibit (one of the best in Europe) – very interesting with lots of mummy cases and funerary artifacts – as well as some hieroglyphics.
Continuing to some other piazzas and churches, we arrived at Bologna’s twin towers. The two towers lean in opposite directions (yes, you can really see the leaning – and we are not in Pisa). They were built by ...