Villaggio della Salute Piu
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... of the landlords, Patrizia.. ok we didn't really "say" goodbye.. we did charades goodbye! I had written a thank you card and used Google Translate so we could at least try and convey our gratitude.. Plus let her know that all the extra unopened food was left in the kitchen that they could use.. ( or not).. I had brought some small bottles of maple syrup from home so we gave them as thank you gifts... When Patrizia saw that we had ( ok mostly mom) cleaned the apt. and we ...
... She dropped us off at PARIS ORLY ( south of Paris and not quite as large as Charles de Gaullle airport in the north).. Got our bearings and headed for baggage check in and security.. For some reason they like to search mom's carry on.. again.. no contraband found... and off we go to find a seat to wait for boarding.. busy place... all is good.. We board on time and get settled for the about 1.5 hr flight.
Arrive in Bologna.. this is our 3rd time ...
... we've noticed while travelling in Italy, their signage leaves A LOT to be desired!! Remember you are going min. 100 km and then you are expected to read the road signs that are maybe 12-15 inches wide at the side on the highway or in the meridian down the middle of the highway.. Plus add to that when you get to a traffic circle, there are anywhere from 4-8 different town names listed each with an arrow showing which exit off the traffic ...
... with tomato meat sauce (Bolognese). I didnt know tortellini is a special local food from Bologna but my choice was the best. Even though the price was way too expensive for only tortellini, salad and coke - 26€. Just waked a bit of town after late meal and tried to find a supermarket to buy salads and water. After that, just came back to the B&B place then enjoyed chilling in my big double bed ...
... had three different home baked slices or flans or cakes each morning. We needed to keep our strength up for the day. Always finished with an espresso too. Excited little Womby had the day mapped out, sorted out, organized to a "T". He wasn't going to miss out on the Ducati Factory again. After breakfast I kept stalling our leaving time, just to get up his nose, poor thing. Womby and Ken knew the way, and we got there about 1 1/2 hours early. We parked where we had done before ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking