Villaggio della Salute Piu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Acetaia di Giorgio, old mansion of the 14 Barbieri brothers, under its roof in the heart of the city of Modena keeps all the glamour and the attraction of very ancient rites and of centuries old tradition.
From the exclusive family consumption, today Giorgio, Giovanna and Carlotta Barbieri have expanded this delicious pleasure to whomever desires to taste the incomparable flavour of the best Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of ...
... on the way past.
Next we dropped into the Archaeological Museum of Bologna. It has one of the best Egyptian collections in Europe, apparently. We wandered through that looking at some amazing mummies or people and cats and ibis. Anita decided to say in the cool of the Egyptian section while explored the history of Bologna on the first floor. The exhibits went back to the Etruscan time before the Romans, then of course ...
... with few non seafood choices. We shared a plate of mixed hams and some zucchini flowers stuffed with a shrimp mousse, battered and deep fried. Molto benne. However, I think I had seafood overload by the end of the day. We then had an early night in watching Keeping up Appearances on Youtube.
The temperature is in the low 30s but it feels very hot as it is rather humid and there is little greenery around to break the heat reflected off the buildings and the ...
... 11:20 but no passengers got off and they wouldn't let anyone on. Our train arrived at 11:25 and we all got on and left by 11:35am. The passengers for the 10:55 to Venizia were still standing on the platform waiting to get on. Strange train system in Italy.
In the afternoon Anita had a rest in the hotel in Bologna while I went hunting for a dry cleaners as the hotel laundry didn't work over the weekend. I found three dry cleaners but two were ...
... going nuts then they invaded the track and more maleness ensued.
We decided to head for the car, the race finished at 3pm and by 3.30 we were in our car and on the road, it only took us 45 mins to get home using the detours in place set-up by the Police, we thought it was very organised and had heard horror stories, I think if you were going back to the Autostrada it might be a nightmare.
Tomorrow we head to Treviso to see Sergio for a few days.