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celticmoon, a quick question

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Hi CM,
On Dukey's recent Italy TR, you posted this:

"take the “Amazing Italy” day tour while visiting Bologna. (4 stops including cheese factory, balsamic producer, prosciutto/parma producer and the town of Marinella, home of Ferrari). You don’t have to be a racing car enthusiast to enjoy this Ferrari visit. All the food stops do include snacks. At the end of the “AI” tour you are treated to a wonderful dinner."

I have a question about the Ferrari visit on that tour. Was it the bus ride through the factory or was it the Ferrari Museum? We're less interested in the factory but thing the museum would be fun. The day sounds great, though, and I'm going to look up the other AI tours.

Many thanks.

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