Hotel Villa Bonelli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... world, even a couple of kiwi cyclists. The crowds were confined to the cycle route where a party atmosphere prevailed, otherwise it would have been boring to watch. The Scandinavian spectators were the most lively and entertaining especially as the day wore on and the alcohol consumption increased. The rest of the town was mostly deserted, perfect for being a tourist. The most interesting area ...
... pricey on it's own!) and visiting Ferrari's house in Modena where we learned all about the history of Ferrari from his short lived racing career and his friendship with the Mazzarati brothers. Again, ask Caleb for further details!
I quite enjoyed the museum, even not being a car buff myself. Perhaps it was the look on Caleb's face the whole day that made it worthwhile for me.
Since Caleb had ...
... we breezed through to see the David. Then we headed back to the hotel, picked up the car, and drove to Perugia for the chocolate festival! There was every different kind of chocolate, and we enjoyed most of them. We had hot chocolate (melted chocolate in a cup), although the spicy kind was a little too much for some of us. We also had chocolate liquor, chocolate oranges, and of course regular chocolate. The town itself was also really cute, so all ...
... 8230;. So both the mysterious croissant man and Nicolo go down in my book as Jesus-like
So as you can see, it was a lucky stumble into a no-name restaurant that I remembered as the place with good balsamic to find some of the greatest individuals we have had the pleasure meeting… So obviously one night was not enough, and with the St. Patty's day being March 17, we had the great excuse to continue the celebration the next evening, which made the next day ...
... more like a sorbet and totally fresh! Wow its so good- I think I've gone back to Grom every day, taking new friends to it as well, just because I know I won't be able to get anything like that when I'm back at home!
Fully satisfied, I decided to call it a day and head back to the hostel for the rest of the evening.
It was really nice because I still had my 4 bed room all to myself! And I was just paying for my share of the room- about 20 euro!