A day full of wonderer….ful things/ una giornata splendida

Today was wonderful …. I saw, and learnt so much about beautiful Bologna. Classes started at 9.30, and Angela gave us all an article to read on “The Sala Borsa”. We discussed it, and then set off to explore. Our first stop was Il Palazzo dell’Archiginnasio – the university began here. We then headed for the Sala Borsa. Today, It houses Bologna’s public library, and what a library it is, but over the years the building has had many uses. Google it and have a look. There are wonderful ruins beneath it which date from 189 BC – immagine that. We managed to have a close look at them, and in general, saw a lot of the library. At around 1, we said our farewells and I wandered around a bit and found Lucio Dalla’s house. Then I went to see The Archeological Museum … Wow, I was blown away – I only examined part of it, and will have to return and spend a day there. Remember, I Giardini Margherita from about two blog posts ago .. Well, they have full human skeletons discovered inthe gardens that date from 550 BC … Incredible, and many more amazing artefacts. Lunch was at my favourite restaurant on Piazza Santo Stefano, and then I returned home for a rest. At about 4, I set off to find one of Bologna’s hidden waterways … See the photo … There is a tiny window with a beautiful view. Thank yoy my fellow explorers for a splendid day … See you all tomorrow … Buona notte …

Today it was wonderful ... I saw it and I learned a lot of Bologna so beautiful. Our lesson is begun at 9.30, and Angela gave us an article to read on the Sala Borsa. We talked a little bit about this building and then we went exploring. We passed the Palazzo dell'archiginnasio, where it started the ancient University. Then, we went to the Bag Room. Today, there is a public library in Bologna, and that Library ... Mamma mia ... but with the passage of time the building had many uses. You must googlarlo! There are the wonderful ruins which date back to fund 189 BC. We managed to see them well – usually we saw much of this beautiful place. The one we ended our tour. Then I took a walk on the streets and I discovered la casa di Lucio Dalla, and I went to the Museo archeologico ... Wow ... How do you say in English "mind blowing". I've only seen one and I'm going to have to come back soon. Remember the gardens Margherita of 2 or 3 blogs before? ... Have discovered human skeletons dating back to 550AC in these gardens ... Amazing, and there are many other artifacts. I ate a sandwich in St. Stephen's square and are returned home to rest. 4:00 I went out and found a hidden water in Bologna ... There's a picture ... There is a window with a beautiful landscape ... Thanks to my friends ... A wonderful day ... Tomorrow and Goodnight ... Perhaps many mistakes because I'm tired.