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Re: Spring Honeymoon Help

DrFumblefinger ·
Congratulations SueZee! We're delighted in your marriage, and you've picked a great country in which to honeymoon. May is not too early to go to Italy, although pack a light jacket just in case. The crowds won't be there yet and you'll save some money when compared to the peak summer season. Where to go is very much a matter of taste. Most definitely you need to go to Venice and I'd say spend at least 5 days here, maybe with a day trip or two (such as to the glass making island of Murano or...
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Re: Bologna's stray cats get a luxury apartment

DrFumblefinger ·
I could understand it if she'd done this for dogs, but for cats it seems a little much to me.....
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Spring Honeymoon Help

Former Member ·
My BF and I are getting married in May, and we're getting a group present from the family--15 days in Italy! We think we want to go in Northern Italy, but is late May too cold for there? Also, we don't want to spend the whole time running around...
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Mar. 12, 2016: Finding a Pharmacy, Bologna

PHeymont ·
In Europe, it's generally easy to locate a pharmacy by searching for a lit-up green cross sign, but in Bologna, we found some special signs...
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The Restorer, Bologna

PHeymont ·
Artist at work, restoring the frescoes of the Archiginnasio, one the principal building of Bologna's University, and now home to a municipal library.
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Bologna's San Petronio: 625 years behind schedule

PHeymont ·
Bologna's San Petronio Basilica is one of the world's largest churches, unfinished after more than six centuries, but magnificent nonetheless.
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The 'skinned men' of Bologna University

PHeymont ·
Carved in precise detail, these two 'skinned men' hold up a canopy over the anatomy teacher's chair in Bologna's University medical school.
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Gumbo's Pic of the Day, June 22, 2015: The 7 churches of Santo Stefano, Bologna

PHeymont ·
  At first glance, you see a church, albeit an oddly solid one with few windows, and no grand portico. At a further glance, it looks like parts of three churches wedged together.   And then from the inside, the full picture becomes clear:...
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Bologna's stray cats get a luxury apartment

PHeymont ·
Woman's will leaves apartment to be sold to benefit stray cats
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Neptune Fountain, Bologna Italy

Jonathan L ·
Neptune Fountain, Bologna Italy
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June 16 2019: Bologna's Porticoed Streets

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L walked among the porticoed streets of Bologna and brought back these pictures of light and shadow
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Ron B. ·
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Re: June 16 2019: Bologna's Porticoed Streets

Ron B. ·
Two of mine from a couple of years ago.
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Bologna: a Wonderful City to Walk Around

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes us on a walk along the porticoed streets of Bologna.
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Re: Bologna: a Wonderful City to Walk Around

Ron B. ·
Some of my pix from a couple of years ago
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June 30, 2019: Electric Bus Wires, Bologna, Italy

Jonathan L ·
While walking through Bologna, Jonathan L looked skyward and saw this fascinating crossing of electrical wires
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Visiting Bologna's churches on Easter Sunday

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L visited two of Bologna's cathedrals on Easter morning.
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Re: June 30, 2019: Electric Bus Wires, Bologna, Italy

PHeymont ·
In Basel, where the trolleys are trams, there are also lots of complicated overheads...and also complex track intersections under them...
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Visiting some of Bologna's Museums

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L takes on a tour of two of Bologna's wonderful museums
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July 7, 2019: Street Murals in Dozza, Italy

Jonathan L ·
Jonathan L shows us some of the amazing street murals from the town of Dozza in Italy
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