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Palazzo Grassi, Bologna

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  • Arrived in Bologna at this place, the first thing we notice is the Palace so rundown in structure and cleaning. A room allocated in the last part of the hallway making two flights of stairs (of an ancient Palace, then you can imagine). Walked into the room and we realize immediately that assails us heat there is no AC or a simple fan on June ... ABSURD!! A fridge off without a simple water bottle, but aside from these "little things" that are not so small, the room was booked as a DOUBLE BED and a double bed are two x single beds pushed together ... no words! All this refers to the owner rather than accommodate or just understand how the staff and kids who welcomed us, apologizing to them instead of the owner, he very ARROGANT and uninterested in the question!
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  • We arrived at this property with the most optimistic expectations, but fell disastrously less as you enter the room. Flying over the fact that to reach the room allocated had to walk and with the weight of the suitcases up two flights of stairs, just arrived we got two single beds stuck together, passed off as "double". The beds were not equipped with either a double mattress that would at least avoided overnight that the two single beds separated completely. Moreover, despite the outside temperature exceeds 30° c, there was given the option of having neither air conditioning nor a simple fan and on top of the fridge in the room was turned off. Then, even the possibility of being able to find or put a fresh bottle of water. Poor cleaning and very dilapidated structure inside it. The owner was totally arrogant in the face of proposed issues, typical emblems of who in the tourist just sees profit margin. Only positive receptionists, understanding and friendly, fully aware that our simple requests were not something impossible for a room from 50 € per night. Inclusive but unfortunately powerless before the directives above. Thanks anyway for your support. Solidarity with those who unfortunately is going to happen in this structure.
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  • I was there at a convivial meeting of an association. Beautiful architectural structure of the building both externally and internally. Bad luck would have it, it was decided to splurge at dinner leaving to manage the menu selection. We had dinner with quality and typology worthy of a hospital cafeteria: boiled rice, two slices of boiled meat with diced vegetables above, three pieces of fruit with something like an ice cream. In my life-and many diners have expressed my own opinion--I've never eaten so bad.
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  • The clubhouse army officers. Along with a few other dwellings-such as Casa Islanders and House Reggiani-is one of the few surviving witnesses of medieval urban planning.
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  • In Bologna in via Marsala you can admire one of the most distinctive buildings in the city to the ancient medieval origin, dating back to the 13th century. Very nice porch supported by beams the characteristic shape of a crutch, used in medieval times to hold the weight of the porch ends. While the main portal has a pointed arch and the Lancet window are decorated in terracotta. Nowadays the Palace houses the officers ' Club and that is why it is very difficult to get permission to visit it internally. But just outside is worth to see it and then get lost in the small streets of the medieval town centre. Without forgetting that Bologna with its arcaded old town centre is the largest city in the world: over 37 km of arcades. This also makes it unique.
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  • In one of the oldest houses in Bologna, with the porch with wooden beams, is the circle of army officers
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  • In the palazzo Grassi is the bridge circle "Bridge Together Bologna" the associates are friendly and funny.
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