Ready for the ultimate Italian food feast? The answer's not in Rome, Venice, Florence or Pisa. It's in Bologna, the breadbasket of Emilia-Romagna, and—as many would say!—quite possible of Italy as a whole. While Bologna doesn't crack often first-time Italy itineraries, anyone with even a passing . . .
So, I feel ridiculous even saying out loud that Italy's a must for any aspiring Euro traveler. While most suggestions for what to in this fascinating country are much of the same ol' "visit the Colosseum," "eat pasta & gelato in Rome," "ride a gondola in Venice," "see David in Florence" or "be . . .