Villaggio della Salute Piu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... do have some initial first impressions of Italy and Bologna:
- The city: Bologna is the quintessential European mesh between the old and the new. The city is an exact mix between Renaissance and modern architecture.
- Walking: For some reason one thing that has stuck out to me a lot about Italians is how they walk down the sidewalk. Regardless of where we are located on the road ...
... a restaurant (huge pizzas @ E6) took the bus (E2 each) outside the campsite to San Marino town, an Unesco site on top of a hill. Very pleased we took the bus and not our bikes! The town is very hilly and very well preserved, and exceptionally clean. Very touristy, tourist shops and shops selling knives, swords and fake guns and rifles, also girlie things like clothes, jewellery. The ice cream very ...
... but not much can be done.
Bologna is small, and like many small cities, has this one thing going for it. It is the two towers, Asinelli (fully grown) and Garisenda, leaning and half-done; two competing families built them and I think only one of them had a good accounting team to calculate costs and afford a good architect. The problem here is, the THING to do in Bologna is to claim the Asinelli Tower--all 498 steps. No elevator ...
... Dianne had already booked the tickets, but when we went to redeem them at the office, we were told they were no good because there was no "Reference" number to use, to find the booking in the computer system. We tried every which way to get the tickets, but to no avail. Heather and Stuart and all their crew also turned up, and ...
... internet friend and possible future mate. New world! Dorie and Jessie's daughter was also with us at lunch. A real charmer. The rest of the day was spent with Dorie revisiting the Academy where Darren showed us his room and the piano he wrote "Not Alone" on. Of course we walked around Arezzo and took pictures in all the Roberto Benigni "Wonderful Life" ...