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Visit Modena, Maranello, St Agata Bolognese and Campogalliano

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  1. timeckart

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  5. lineaTesoro

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    Great trip you had !
    I was there last month in May , visited casa Lambretta in Milano, then over to Pagani, Lamborghini, Maserati, casa Enzo Ferrari , Hombre farms. So much to see and do.
     
  6. timeckart

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    I had only 1,5 days time. Was sad that I coult not take my Maranello on a trailer with me, but it is to dangerous to park your Ferrari in Maranello and the Toskana area from Siena to Firence is more nice to drive with his Ferrari.
     
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    Tim thank you very much for sharing all these great pictures here!
     
  8. timeckart

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    Thats why we are all here, share ideas to get new ideas...
     
  9. NbyNW

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    Thanks for sharing - we'll be there in a few weeks. Ferrari museums, Lambo with a tour, and reservations at Ristorante Montana.
     
  10. 3POINT8

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    wow this looks epic. i was planning on taking a very similar trip. i have four kids under the age of 7. would you recommend kids on such a trip?
     
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    Ugh, that would be a tough trip. Coming from someone who had 3 kids under 6 at one time, I wouldn't recommend it. It will effect your trip.
     
  12. 3POINT8

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    Thank you. Any specific reason? Note we have taken the kids to Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium, Iceland, Scotland, Denmark, Copenhagen, Sweden. So the ins and outs of standard European travel doesn't bother me much. More looking for specifics regarding the museums, factory tours, etc. Thanks.
     
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    Man, your kids must be VERY VERY well behaved kids.
    My kids are like soldiers and still it was difficult. Mostly I think their attention span was short. But if you have done all that with them already, Carry on. Your doing something right.
     
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  14. 3POINT8

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    ok i re-read my last post and it comes off the wrong way. i didn't mean it to be braggy or something. my apologies. i spoke to some folks about peru recently and they said it would be a tough journey with kids and you really have to watch what you eat. I also had some say the flight to new zeland is way to long and not to do it. i was just not sure if this area wasn't kid friendly or issues with transfer or general sketchiness.

    and for the record, i love my kids, but they are not that well behaved all the time. i just figure they can throw a fit here or they can throw a fit there, what's it matter, at least i'm somewhere cool while its happening.
     
  15. ag512bbi

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    Not braggy AT ALL. That's Awesome!
     

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