- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Today, we went to a beautiful home I Modena where they produce Balsamuc Vinegar over many years. We tasted 7 vinegars that were aged from 15-25 years. They were so unique with subtle differences. They dont sell to shops, but freight to anywhere in the world.
We had a brilliant education session and got a whole new appreciation for it.
Ummm, needless to say I bought some.
Here's some history from the family ...
... cathedral in Bologna and it dedicated to the patron saint of the city. The facade is only partly finished because they have never been able to get agreement on what it should look like. It was begun in 1390. It was free to get into but 2 Euro to take photos and another 5 if you wanted to get into the chapel decorated by Giovanni da Modena. I paid for the photos but not the chapel. Apparently that includes a fresco ...
... treated like a special guest. Apparently they made a lot of fuss of her and everyone kept checking everything was going right.
Fede and I went off to have a coffee and then picked up Fede's partner, Marco, a lawyer in international law, criminal law and family law in Venice and Padua. Marco worked in London and speaks English, French and German as well as Italian which is useful for international law. Marco had a very sore swollen foot so we took him to ...
... couple and two English women eating there. Then a family of locals who seemed to know the owners well came in. It was two grandparents, parents and two young adult children there to celebrate one of their birthdays. The food all looked and smelled fantastic as it came out. We both ordered lasagne and a side salad. They thought we were odd wanting the salad to come out with the lasagne and not after it. The lasagne were made up individually in each ...
... over the Alps. Towering snowcapped mountains rise above velvety, green gorges where little villages are barely visible. It was a bit of an eerie feeling, however, in light of the fairly recent tragedy of the GermanWings flight that went down in this area. I brought a 300+ page book ("Inside the O'Briens") to read on this trip, and I read it in its entirety during the flight. I suppose I will have to download a book from the library while we're traveling -- ...